Curiosity. Hi guys!
Playfulness. Mommy playground.
Loving. Mommy kisses.
Buddies. Sticking together.
That last pic, laying in the sun looks super-comfortable… Kinda jealous on this 18f morning… 🙂
Scott, 10f here. 🙂 Love it cause I will be able to get back to ice skating!!!
Oh, yes… I do actually like the cold. For some reason sitting in the sun sounds really nice this morning. Maybe its that this house we are in doesn’t get much sun…
Enjoy the skating! I’ll enjoy NOT falling on my butt 😉
I bet you do have more sunshine in your house than you think you do. In fact, I had seen photos of your suns. 🙂
Oh I see what you did there. Took me a minute to catch on… 😉
Blue winter on the 48th looks quite lovable too. 🙂
Beautiful Cure… 🙂 and for a change today here the Sun has shone 🙂 no rain 🙂 🙂
Have a wonderful rest of the week xxx
Thank you, Sue. Sending you more sun.
Thank you, it is still shining today 🙂
Brings back memories when someone gave us two orphaned lambs in the dead of winter. …we live in a 2 story farmhouse, and had them in the basement to stay warm that winter. Daughter #3 who loves animals said she would raise them.. you could hear them bleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeting for their mama (or a bottle) .. all the way to the second floor.
They will be heard for sure. Did your daughter feed them every 2 hours? Kids insisted we need to get some lambs when farmer said you can get bottle fed ones inexpensively, or take care of a bunch of them for the farmer and then keep some.
I am taking my girl to a goat class soon, somehow I have a feeling I will be hearing lots of bleeeeping and maaaaaing soon. 🙂
I do remember it was at least twice a night, and that bleating did get old. It was so cute the first couple of times :-). She named them Mary and Bo-Peep. Later when they were full grown, Bo Peep (the male) head butted a little kindergardener when we weren’t paying attention..head butted the poor kid right into a barbwire fence that was electrified 🙂 His dad and I were looking @ the sheep one last time before they took off on a trip…What a sight, as we carried the boy back to his mother, bloody nose, scratch on his back.(from the fence). Raising sheep is not for sissies 🙂
I know it is not fair, the poor child may have been afraid of sheep ever since, but you have such a way to paint the story, it made me laugh. You don’t mess with Mary and Bo-Peep. 🙂 There is this film/documentary called Sweetgrass (2009) about sheep herders in Montana that I enjoyed.
I will have to check it out (the documentary) ..we laugh everytime we think about that event….(and Bo Peeps head was dead level with that little boys nose..so that would have been quite an experience.. that sucker would charge me, whenever I turned my back on him. I think he thought he was protecting Mary.
Very adorable and innocent-looking! 🙂
Youngest ones were few hours old, some very very friendly and playing with kids a lot, and a few others, just couple weeks old, were butting their heads all the time. Like people? 🙂
Winter delight. Love the mommy playground.
I can sympathize with that sheep.
I love sheepies!!!!
Impossible not to love them and their warm noses. Impossible not to love earthworms in the spring and see-through snowflakes this darkish morning.
The first thing that came to mind as I was looking at the wonderful photos was William Blake’s poem, “Little Lamb, Who Made Thee?” It seems to me your photos and the poem are a perfect match.
Thank you, Linda.
So cute! I’d say they’re cures for just about anything!
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