Sunday, April 01, 2007

Farm Photo: 4/1/07


Making Mischief In The Morning Light

Lamb Report:
It's no joke! There are 31 lambs bouncing around the barnyard, including a big baby boy born less than two hours ago to Silly Wendy. Yep, I need to get back down to the barn. More details regarding all these baby lambs hopefully soon. I've written numerous posts and stories in my head, though so far they haven't made it any further than that. But you know I'm taking plenty of pictures.


A year of Farm Photos ago:
4/1/06: Spring Has Sprung! (And it sprang even earlier this year, as that flowering bush is already in full bloom. It's going to be a very strange spring.)
3/31/06:
Doll Face & Her Baby Boy
3/30/06:
More Old Stuff Just Hanging Around

9 comments:

  1. What a wonderful photo - highlighting the fresh new lambs and their wooly wiles. :) I'm looking forward to reading all your stories - once you have a moment to catch your breath!

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  2. Wow you have your hands full. You must be exhausted.

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  3. 31?? That's alot of babies! They look so cute in the morning, I suspect, noon and at night. Does that cuteness ever wear off? I doubt it.

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  4. Those little babies are precious. That brightened my Monday.

    Yes, I look forward to reading your stories. I know you are incredibly busy. I look forward to a book one day.

    Happy Springs,
    DJ

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  5. We had our first two of (hopefully) four last night - the other two won't be here for another week or so - I cannot, in my wildest dreams, imagine having to keep track of 31! I'll be telling my church kids the Cary story on the 15th :-)
    and showing them some of the pictures - my favorite is the one of her and Donkey Dan - they both have such sweet looks on their faces. T.

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  6. Hello Farmgirl Susan! You need a personal assistant. Preferably with a laptop to take dictation as he/she follows you around the farm.

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  8. Wow, are you nearly done with lambing or do you have a lot left to go? We haven't even started yet! Any day now...

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  9. Beautiful. That photo seems somehow very tangible. You've captured more than just an image.

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