So yesterday, a goat was licking my car and today it cost me $350 but it’s actually a blessing in disguise.
We went to the farm on Wednesday, as usual, to pick up our milk. One of the goats that lives there acts like a dog, laying in the driveway, greeting people. So yesterday, she decided to lick my car, mainly around the area of the tires, which caused my 7-year-old to investigate why on earth a goat was licking our tires, while I went inside to get the milk.
While investigating, he noticed a big gash in the side of one of the tires (the goat didn’t do it, we believe it was already there). When I get home, my husband confirms this is of great concern and the tire needs to be replaced and aren’t we glad we discovered this just before we packed the car full of camping gear and drove 2 1/2 hours away from home to a rural area?
And that is why, if a goat licks your car, it’s a blessing in disguise.