Meet Chloe Sevigny (the goat) on Instagram

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Chloe Sevigny in her theatrical debut as Blanche DuBois

I’ve been moonlighting lately. After a month of blizzards, animal births and foster kid drama my mind is a bit fried. But I can still take pictures!

ENTER INSTAGRAM. It’s surprisingly fun. Photo shoots with goats are fun. HERE’S MY LINK:

ADRIENNE MORRIS

I’m also on Twitter now but still haven’t figured out what it’s about. 🙂

ADRIENNE’S Twitter

11 Comments Add yours

  1. Chloe plays a convincing Blanche! I think she’s more attractive than that other actress.

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    1. Haha. I don’t know how I’ll ever get this goat out of the house (she slept in my bed the first few nights–yes, sad.).

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  2. Luanne says:

    I would have figured Chloe for Stella, a role I so exquisitely captured in 11th grade. Actually, she’s ADORABLE.

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    1. STELLA!!!!! I played Blanche in high school. 😉

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      1. Luanne says:

        Oh, we are made for each other! hahaha Stella for Star here ;).

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  3. Gosh those kids are cute. The dogs and humans too. 😉

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    1. Yes, they are adorable but I’m coming to believe that sheep are less work. But then work is good, right?

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  4. Supposedly, authors should use Twitter but I’m not fond of the format, Google+ seems the better idea because it helps your search engine rankings. From the other comments, it appears you named the goat for Streetcar reasons/

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    1. I have to admit that I like Instagram because it’s just fun to take and see pictures. I don’t have to think too much. 🙂

      Twitter feels a little like swapping business cards. My daughter’s on twitter so I like seeing what she posts. She witty.

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  5. livelytwist says:

    “Twitter . . . but still haven’t figured out what it’s about.”
    Lol 🙂

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    1. Oh, Timi. You know I’m a lot older than you. Forgive my ignorance. LOL. I only stopped calling cell phones “electronic gadgets” last year. 😉

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