I love your website and your farm ! It is a breath of fresh air to see some down to earth, uncomplicated cooking and life living. Congratuations ! I'll be back for more. Louise
Hi FG, I know you said their spots fade, but speckled one should be "Atlas", at least right now. Purty babies. Hope you get some rest between lambies.
The second one looks like it has a mickey mouse head on its back.Too cute!
I thought the same thing. It sure looks like mickey mouse.
I am loving all the "baby" pictures! Thy are so sweet.
well for heaven's sake...on quick glance...this pic looks like an overhead shot of elephant trunksj!*LOL*and no--i haven't been drinking...so cute i can't stand it...
I just love coming here to get that wonderful reassurance that, even though I dwell in Cubicle World 5 days out of 7, that others are enjoying the glory of Springtime, and of new lambs.I love this photo, too - the different colors are just wonderful.Thank you so much for having a blog I can come to and keep my dream alive of having my own small farm one day!
Gee, that reminds me of the buffet at a local Chinese eatery down the street from here. I have never really cared for buffets but they seem to think it's just fine!
The babies are just gorgeous...you don't know how badly I just want to hold each one and snuggle it! I don't know what it is about baby lambs - but it's the overwhelming feeling of just wanting to hug them...thanks for all the baby pics...
Okay, I gatta know, when are you gonna start knitting? Where does your wool go?
Hi Susan - so many babies! What fun. I've been making your Spicy Pumpkin Raisin Muffins - they are SO tasty and we have about 35# of frozen pumpkin puree in the freezer, so... But sunday I made them using bananas instead of pumpkin - cut back on the spices and used 1 1/2 tsp of vanilla - best banana bread I've ever madeLambs coming here soon too - probably a week or so - only two ewes bred - but optomistically I have all girls names picked out.
They look adorable!
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