Monday, April 19, 2010

I Passed!!


No flowers, no cute images of my girl. 
This is a simple post of the utmost importance to me.
I cleaned, I prepped, I sterilized, and yes, I rambled like a ninny. 


 but, in the end, I passed my health inspection for Missing Goat.
Lord, that was stressful.


Let the jamming begin!

31 comments:

Melanie said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!

Pinecone Camp said...

Yeah!! Again, I had no doubt.
Congrats H! See you soon.

Jill said...

Congratulations! Just started following your blog and am really enjoying it! Have a nice day!

Auntie Cake said...

CONGRATS!!! I know that is stressful! Yippee! Now the fun can begin!
Kate

A Country Farmhouse said...

How very exciting! Congratulations to you! Can't wait to sample your delectable jams. Trina

Sharon@Sharon at Home said...

Congratulations

Grace said...

Fantastic! And so begins a new chapter in the life of the Missing Goat.

LuLu said...

Oh I'm clapping for YOU!! Congrats to you and let the jam making begin!!
xo,
LuLu

Southern Lady said...

Way to go!!!!! Carla

Razmataz said...

That is great news. Wished I lived close enough to sample your wares. Would love to sell jam mayself. Something very satisfying hearing all of the lids snpping and popping as they cool....

Tom Stephenson said...

Heh heh.... now you can get the poison out of the cupboard... heh heh...

Gigi said...

Congratulations! What wonderful news. I always think that rambling like a ninny pays off, at least I hope it does, since I do it so often! xo

Ellen said...

I just love the idea that it is Jam time! Looking forward to Strawberry and Apricot jam...
Still glad the inspection went so well. I know how Health Inspectors can be....

Barbara said...

All right!!! Congratulations!
On with the jams!

Tom Stephenson said...

Maybe you jam sales would not do so well if they thought you had lost a goat in the kitchen?

flwrjane said...

Thank God they didn't fine the missing goat in a cupboard!

Casco Bay Soap Co. said...

awesome! isn't that nerve wracking!?? let the jammin' begin!
:)
Shannon
www.cascobaysoap.blogspot.com

Alicia said...

Yeehaa!!!! Was there any doubt though??? Nope.

tamara said...

I'm doing the Snoopy dance for you right now! Great news. xx

CL Field said...

How cool is that! Congratulations!

DesignTies said...

Wonderful news!
Tastey times ahead!!
Victoria @ DesignTies

Little House of Limes said...

yeah! congratulations x

tinajo said...

Congrats! Just found your blog and really like the photos and feeling of it, I´ll be back! :-)

mise said...

Well done! I used to run a restaurant and health and safety was always nerve-wracking. Not that the place wasn't perfectly healthy and safe, but you'd always be afraid that someone would have overlooked something. Good luck to the enterprising jammer!

Tracey said...

Wonderful!!! Great news Heather!

Hugs ~

:) T

jan said...

Oh congratulations! That would be stressful.

c and d said...

yippee! nicely done heather, bring on the jams & chutneys. xo

Nadders23 said...

Congratulations! Can't wait to try some of those jams! I just hope I can figure out a way to get it all the way out here in Venezuela!!! Might have to have my parents go there and get it for me and then send it to me with someone! LOL!

Firefly Hill said...

Congrats! Your new Missing Goat kitchen looks fab!

simpledaisy said...

Yeah for you!!!
Can't wait to see what you come up with int he world of jams and chutneys!! yum-o:)

Vintage Simple said...

Woot!! Congratulations, dear!!!

xoox,
-maria