Hi, my name is Sarah, and I farm in my pajamas. I wear pajamas while doing my morning chores of feeding animals, filling up water, and milking goaties. I’m talkin’ real pajamas here– tank top and sweatshirt with those undeniably comfy pajama bottoms that are usually made for men in some sort of plaid pattern. Yep. Real pajamas.
If I get milk all over me, or if I get poop all over me, it doesn’t matter because I’m planning to change anyway. Not only that, but I am not a morning person. Comfy pajamas help me to stay sane even while climbing out of bed to tend to the incessant cries of the creatures outside.
I find milking a warm goat on a chilly, quiet morning just as peaceful and comforting as the next girl, but it doesn’t help me get out of bed at 6:30/7:00 AM. Trevor would call me grumpy, but then again, he is absolutely a “morning person” and can’t stand to wake up any later than 5:00 AM. I much rather roll out of bed just shy of noon, but the animals don’t allow late wake-ups on this farm.
Who else is not a morning person around here?