Thursday, April 19, 2012

We Now Return To Our Regularly Scheduled Programming

Now that I'm about a week behind sharing pictures and catching up on fun farm stuff. Sigh.

One final (I hope) thing to say about my blog and the photos and stories I share - they are here for us all to enjoy. The blog has become as much yours as mine anymore and I enjoy the friends I've made and (most of) the things I've learned along the way. One bad apple isn't going to ruin that.

I didn't change anything about how I handle these photographs. They aren't right-click protected or anything else that would only "keep honest people honest". If you want to share something, that's perfectly fine. Just please make sure you give me credit and a link back :-).

If you want to use a photo as a screen saver on your computer at work, please feel free to do so. If you want to use a picture for a project, magazine, advertising..., just drop me an email and ask.

Without further ado, some more lambie love from Kathy's last weekend. Enjoy :-)


















Guess who this is!



Here's a clue.

13 comments:

Bee Lady said...

What sweet photos. I just wanna hug and snuggle that Blossom!
Someone gave me 6 trash bags (HUGE) of wool. I think she said it was dorsett? Right off the sheep. I was going to give it all away to the spinning group I'm in, but they explained to me that I need to lay it out and throw away the belly (and butt) hair and just keep the cleaner stuff. I re-read some of your posts on washing wool, so I'm going to give it a go. Wish me luck!

Cindy Bee

(I'm not real savvy on your sheep. Is that last pic Lila? All grown up)

quantumtea said...

I love the 4th picture with the sleeping lamb. He/she looks so peaceful.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Nope, ears are too small ;-).

I love the "down" type wools (not downy soft, but downs like the area - I think Dorset is a down breed, like Southdown...). If you have 6 bags, skirt heavily :-). Do check for fiber soundness though. Grab the ends of a small lock and snap them out next to your ear. Should sound pingy, not dull and definitely shouldn't break into two halves. Let me know if that doesn't make sense.

Have fun!

janna Edrington said...

I'm glad you are up and running again. I'm sorry that someone gave you doubts about sharing your life and your sheep with us.

I love the little blurry, happily wagging tails!

Nancy K. said...

Would that be Graham's Mommy?

Sheepmom said...

Keebler's mom?
I like "doorway lamb" with his head on the sill like a pillow.
What a great day YOU had!

Alice said...

The last photo would be Keebler’s mom, or sister? Is Blossom in some of these photos as well, or is it just the relative resemblance?
I’m so happy to see your blog photos once again. Keep up the sharing!

Michelle said...

Love seeing these lambs. Just too sweet.

Ed said...

Too cute, I was also going to guess Keeb's mom..:-)

Terry said...

They are soooo sweet.

Aaron said...

The caption for the top picture: "Come on, get up guys. I wanna go out and play." :)

gowestferalwoman said...

I'd rather make you do all the work and I buy a yearly calendar... ok'?

Love love your lamby pictures - I have that bookmark of lila up on the frig and its a constant reminder of what im missing being a little bo peep...

small farm girl said...

I just don't think I can take all of the cuteness anymore. I'm going to explode! lol

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