Picture it: I am standing outside, hair tucked behind my ears, barefoot, overall-clad. Goats are baa-ing sweetly in the background. The matriarch, Petunia, is tap dancing gently on the milking stand, anxious for her feed. I kneel beside her, place my hand on her udder, and milk streams easily into the metal bucket between her hooves.
The reality: goats do not baa sweetly, they definitely kick when they're on the milking stand, and it takes me about a year to get a quart of milk. Also, I didn't actually coordinate wearing my overalls with milking the goats. But just - picture it. Here, this might help!