It amazes me how much you spring ahead of the northeast. If you had moved to Vermont[my fav. state]you would be blanketed under a new foot of snow in the next couple of days. It's so cold here still.Skunk cabbage is my fist sign that we made it. I love the stinky stuff! Your lamby babes are splendid.Congradulations!
Morning FG, I wanted to let you know I do still visit on a regular basis just often don't have time to comment. Today am up early for appointments and getting kids out the door for school.
Just looking at your photo, I bet Spring is smelling good. When I lived up north I always new spring arrived when you could smell the wild onions! Always love seeing your lamb babes!
Now there's a peaceful scene that any city slicker could appreciate! I can just see myself sitting on the front porch with a piping hot cup of coffee just taking it all in.
It sure looks like spring has sprung where you are. I've been really enjoying the baby photos!
Lookit all the sheepies! Great photo. Farmgirl, I've been enjoying your blog for months and LOVE it. I'm one of the aforementioned city slickers, and your stories and photos are a great escape. Keep up the good work, and congrats on all the new lamb babies!
It may look fake but it is beautiful!!
You have grass? You have grass! We have snow,ice,sleet,hail and rain. I'm coming over tonight!
Beautiful. You're living my dream.
My husband keeps saying "well, are there any new baby lambs tonight?". We are loving these photos!Our yard look similar to yours. Down toward the barn is a huge area of incredible green. It practically glows in the late-afternoon sun. But it's mostly weeds! Doesn't matter though-- after the cold and snow, it's beautiful to me. :)
My lawn looks fake, too. The worst part was the SNOW on top of the grass this morning. At least it melted.
TFS....Love your blog...and must confess, I'm soooo jealous..LOL Keep the country life coming to us city dwellers...who are country wannabe's...mooselovingmamabear...
Aww! I love all the little lambies. What I stopped by to really say though was, that I made your biscotti recipe today and it turned out great. I was so happy since the last time I tried to make biscotti (a different recipe over a year ago) it was a miserable failure. Instead of using just vanilla I used 1 tsp of almond extract and a 1/2 tsp of vanilla. Then when they were done I dipped them in chocolate and rolled them in chopped almonds. It was great. Thanks again!
Dear farmgirl. What an idyllic photo. I don't think the grass looks fake at all, just young and fresh.
I love the lambs but we haven't heard about Dan lately. How is he doing?
I love this picture! Very relaxing...I see that the grass over at your place is as green as it is here in Switzerland.
The Sheep look content and happy.It's a lovely sight to see livestock at feeding time.
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