I’ve had pets most of my life, and goats have been some of my favorites. I got my first pet goat around the age of 10. I would put beads and a hat on that little goat and walk her around so folks could see her. Years later, thanks to my Uncle Pat, I got more goats. He thought we could make a little extra income raising and selling them, but that didn’t work for me because I couldn’t let them go. I had to keep them! 
   They have such sweet personalities and are born entertainers. How could anyone not love a goat? 
   Everywhere I go, whether I'm at church, at the mall, or performing at concerts across the country, people always ask about my goats!
   I was even asked to present several awards at the Blues Music Awards show, and the director wanted me to bring one of my goats along to help me present! I ended up taking my stuffed animal goat, Memphis Billy. I went out on the stage holding him, and the audience loved it! 
   My “kids” are my stress relievers, and they sure make me smile a lot. And I'm hoping this little book will do the same for you.
   You can watch this interview with me and my goats on PBS - “Georgia Outdoors: Sing to Nature.”
   And you can watch this sweet video of Dru reading the book.