Thursday, March 23

Daily Farm Photo: 3/23/06

That Rose!


  1. Didn't momma ever tell you to keep your elbows ummmm, feet off the table!

  2. HA! That is priceless! All that cuteness and entertainment, too! You are one lucky Farmgirl!

  3. Look at her grow - all that growing takes energy and lots of nibbles:)

  4. Okay, who said leftovers were good? Feed that baby someone before she loses some weight! We hate skinny babies because they give skinny wool. lol!

  5. I just found youre blog and absolutely love it.
    I too live in the country.But not on a big spread like yours.Love all Creatures great and small.

  6. Hi Keewee,
    Ha, as I've said before, when it comes to food, my sheep have no manners. And they obviously start not learning any very early!

    Hi Lynne,
    Oh, the entertainment factor around here is at an all-time high right now. Just this morning it took me forever to feed hay because I first had to smother several incredibly adorable (and soft!) lambs with kisses--much to the dismay of their starving, eye-rolling mothers. : )

    Hi Maureen,
    It really is amazing how fast they grow--by the hour, I swear.

    Hi Vickie,
    Oh yeah, poor Rose looks like she's just all skin and bones, doesn't she? : )

    Hi Signora B.,
    Welcome to the farm! I'm so glad you're enjoying yourself here. Thanks for taking the time to write and say hello.

    Hi Rosa,
    'Cheeky' is a VERY good word to describe Rose!

  7. i fly out tues 28th. hey rose get down
    dont be so naughty
    where is the "owner" of this lamb?


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