It's Hard to Quit Multi-tasking!
He says, “Be still, and know that I am God! I will be honored by every nation. I will be honored throughout the world” (Psalm 46:10).
Her name is Frost; she is a nanny goat (although new terminology is to call them does). While she no longer is used for breeding, her daughters are. And her daughter, Lilac, had triplets. Lilac and Frost have brown heads. Frost’s “grandkids” inherited black heads from their daddy’s side. And Frost couldn’t seem to shake her triplet grandchildren. They jumped on her back to play when she was resting. They jumped into her feed barrel when she was eating. (For their lunch of milk, they rejoined their mother though.)
Frost took it in stride and acted out her usual routine while babysitting her grandkids. This is multi-tasking in the goat world.
Our culture is geared to multi-tasking and accomplishing all we can in as short a time as possible, and with all the gadgets and conveniences in the home, it’s easy to keep adding more tasks. We tell ourselves we must use up this extra time we think we have.
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