You know, this one will be clammering for some multi grain waffles with real Vermont Maple syrup or some maybe a gourment peanut butter and banana sandwich. I hear these kinds of things run in families...
I am wondering if I have the same sheep?
see? everything at your place is cute!
Awww! Love the gigantic ears on that little one!
ok first question of many as I just found your blog and I am beside my self with glee... : ) if you are writing this blog at 8:30 am... did you get up at 5am and feed all those animals???love from a fellow farmer (although I'm still a brand spankin' new baby farmer that laughed and nodded late into the night last night as I read your early days at the farm... damn I should have called you first : ) cheers!
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