Tuesday, April 18

Daily Farm Photo: 4/18/06

Spots On The Glass? I Don't See Those Kinds Of Things.

Lamb Report: At 4am, I ambled down to the barn to find bright lights, Non-Stop Classic Rock, and 50 totally wide awake sheep. Little pangs of guilt. They are used to sleeping out under the starry sky, listening to nothing but the soothing sounds of nature. And now this. I mean, I was only down there because I couldn't sleep--and that was in the dark and silent house. I have, of course, explained to them that it is all for their own safety. I told them of rowdy urban teenagers and the perils of apartment living. (But not one word about the trampoline--that's all we need.) Oh, and it seems that I Gallop On was right. Just received ebay confirmation for 50 pairs of dark sunglasses, 16 of them size XXSmall. Current Lamb Count: 16. Current Number Of Cranky, Sleep Deprived (but soon to be very cool looking) Sheep: 50.


  1. I don't see any spots either, but the flutterby sure is pretty! LOL

    Hope your day is blessed.

  2. that butterfly is beautiful!

  3. The yard looks fabulous!!! It makes me homesick for the Midwest. And what spots!!!!! (You have A LOT a children now.)

  4. Yet again, a sigh of relief. I love finding good news on The Sheep Channel.

  5. Oh, I love how he's perfectly centered on the gate behind too! Nice.


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