on a walk with the llama farmer

Wouldn’t it be perfect, a day out

In the fresh air, but with a new friend?

Wouldn’t it be great to walk side by side

With the fluffiest llama they send?

Wouldn’t it be nice to talk a llama

And try out that thing that’s become a new trend?

I really want to go to a llama or alpaca farm and go on one of those hikes where you walk alongside your new friend. They seem to have become all the rage and it’s a bandwaggon that I would like to jump on.

There is something so soothing about chatting to an animal, and I can’t go on walks with my cat. I also think there’s something so nice about the fact that a llama is roughly the same height as a human so it doesn’t feel like you’re talking down to them like you would a dog.

I am aware that this is a ridiculous post, but sometimes you just need to put it out into the world and then perhaps it will happen because the universe has heard you.

Let’s go find a nice llama farmer who can lend me one for an afternoon.

Much Love

Rachel xx

2 thoughts on “on a walk with the llama farmer

  1. Margot Kinberg

    It’s not a ridiculous post at all, Rachel. Llamas are great animals, and I think you can learn a lot from animals in general. That’s why I love it when kids have the chance to meet llamas, cows, goats, lambs, etc., at petting farms. Our relationship with animals is important, and I like it when kids start seeing animals as friends.

  2. clcouch123

    I don’t think the post is ridiculous. I think llamas and alpacas are cool, and I enjoy being around them. (Alpacas spit less.) I have a friend who has a llama farm nearby, and there are other llama farms around. I think you’re on a fine and promising bandwagon. Rein away.

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