Sunday, November 25

Sunday Farm Photo: A Peaceful Sunday Afternoon

Pregnant ewes grazing in the hayfield -
Sunshine, blue skies, and some fresh green grass for these pregnant ewes.

When I was a kid I used to love the board game Payday. I remember one time when I was probably about ten, a friend who lived around the corner and I were both home sick with the flu for several days, so our moms let us hang out together on the big sofa bed in their family room. We played a continuous game of Payday that lasted so long we had to make our own extra money.

The game board is a calendar month, and you drew various cards, etc. depending on which day you landed. Nothing ever happened on the Sunday squares, they were simply all labeled Sweet Sunday, which always seemed so boring. Now it sounds just perfect.

More sheep? Here.
More farm landscapes? Here.
More totally peaceful farm moments? Um. . .

©, the seven day a week, Sheep Working Sunday foodie farm blog where life is not a board game, but it's still a lot of fun to play.

1 comment:

  1. What a beautiful picture! :)
    Jeez, I can't remember the last time I had a Sunday off, must be for city folk! LOL!!


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