Once upon a time there was a city girl. She wore makeup. She wore suits and heels. She worked in a bank. Time flew by as time does and she then found herself living on a farm in Montana. A goat farm. A goat farm with a goat named Abby, known colloquially as AbbyGoat. AbbyGoat is not the friendliest of goats. She is not the gentlest of goats. To be perfectly honest – she is a bullygoat. The other goats run from her. The chickens stay out of her way. She will up and butt the city girl turned goat farmer for no good reason. She will flip the farm cats and send them flying.
She is one testy goat.
As I am sure you know by now I am that city girl. I love my little herd of goats – even AbbyGoat – but sometimes I find myself becoming a very testy goat(farmer) because I forget to eat. On those days I’m glad I have SNICKERS® in the yurt for a quick pick me up or I might end up butting something. Have you ever found yourself feeling that way? Do you have an inner AbbyGoat?
Most mornings I get up and all I can stomach is my cup of coffee. I’ll then go about my day and I’ll forget to eat. I know this is not smart but it happens. I’ll go out and care for the goats, come back in to do things in the house or take a nap. Then I’ll look at the clock and it’s 1 o’clock and I haven’t had a thing to eat! No wonder I’m grouchy, miserable and ready to butt heads with anything that crosses my path.
I’m like a Goat Gone Wild! An AbbyGoat gone wild!
That’s when I grab a SNICKERS and soon I start feeling more like myself.
Soon the creamy milk chocolate, rich caramel and crunchy nuts hit my stomach and I’m happy again. I’m really loving the new SNICKERS Almond. The almonds add a nice flavor that I find I like even more than traditional SNICKERS. The bar is the perfect mix of sweet and salty and I find I can then finish my day with a skip in my step and my sweet tooth satisfied – and no horns.
I know I am not alone in being able to have a good time with SNICKERS and sharing who I am when I am hungry. What about you?
I wonder what she would turn into when she was hungry? Maybe given her current temperament I might not want to know. I’ll just make sure she is never hungry – that would probably be safer for all concerned.
After all there is only room for one AbbyGoat on the farm, and I don’t think she needs curls. Or glasses.
I will not tell you how many I purchased (and ate.) I just know that I was more Patty than Abby this week and THAT was a very good thing for every cat, goat, human and chicken on the farm. I’ll be sure to keep a supply on hand so I don’t go around butting things. I have enough of a headache already….