Saturday, February 9, 2013

Scritchy Saturday

The weather on Thursday was lovely. I sat out on the Wool House porch and spun for awhile. Maisie alternated between grazing, climbing around on the rock steps, hanging with mom, getting into my roving bag, back out to graze, chasing the chickens and then back to mom for some attention and face and back scritches.









And then a nappy.

19 comments:

  1. I see how she angles her body to let you know where to scritch next. I especially like picture #5 with her face toward the sun. Calendar worthy capture. :-)

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  2. I see how she angles her body to let you know where to scritch next. I especially like picture #5 with her face toward the sun. Calendar worthy capture. :-)

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  3. Amazing pictures!! She will never sleep in the barn!!! She's just like a pooch!! Love her!

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  4. What a little nut...pushing her head against your leg. I really like the one where her nose is up in the sun. Blessings from Wisconsin.

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  5. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! SIGH!

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    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com

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  6. Where is the love button? She is adorable.

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  7. Now I wonder who the "move to the barn" is going to be harder on. I guess you are just waiting for warm weather and the cot, or is Blossom still sleeping on the cot? As usual she is still adorable.

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  8. What a wonderful Maisie day--she looks so healthy now. Amazing. Another proof that sheep are tough little creatures -- no 'live to die' on our farms, I reckon. ;-)

    Looks like a perfect day.

    Tammy

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  9. I agree, the 5th picture is really cute:-)

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  10. Life is really good, especially when you're Maisie!

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  11. Like everyone else, the "face to the sun" photo is my favorite. It reminds me of Miss Ewenice.

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  12. aww..what a great pal she is..and a nappy..perfect in the warm sunshine! :)

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  13. What a doll! Betsy taught her well.

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  14. I hate to think of what would have happened if you didn't enter dear Maisie's life. You are truly a blessing to her - what a darling sweetheart. I just adore your photos of her.

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  15. Look at her... soaking up the sun and all of your attention. Nothing like a little lovin' on a sunny porch. Sweet!

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  16. Can I bring my spinning wheel over one day and spin with you? Oh can I bring my camera too and hang out with Maisie and the rest of the flock.

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  17. I can't believe this is the same Maisie. She has gotten so BIG!

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