Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Therapy Lambs

I wasn't sure if it was appropriate to post silly little lamb pictures today, but then I saw something about the therapy dogs headed to Boston and I realized that while I had nothing profound to say about yet another tragedy, I could provide a sunny creek bank to sit on watching some silly sweet lambs playing...and that might be just enough.



Do you see the guard dog? 


Who does that lambie look like?  Could I have accidentally captured a picture of Maisie's sister?






Big cheeky lambs, good mommas and peaceful creek generously provided by The Training Center in Cynthiana, Kentucky.

21 comments:

small farm girl said...

Great therapy.

Maureen said...

Yep. Perfect. No matter what, those lambies put a huge smile on my face. Thank you.

The Dancing Donkey said...

That is just the way I feel. Thanks for the lambies.

Susan said...

We need more lambs, less senseless violence. Thank you for the lovely break.

Andee said...

No I don't see the guard dog. Am I missing something. Yes lambs are very good therapy.

MarmePurl said...

Made my Day

Annette Mickelson said...

I love the muddy knees. Hank blends right in, doesn't he? I had to look hard to find him.. and then felt silly for not seeing him sooner.

Andee said...

Now I see her!!! I also love the lamb mid air on the right bottom.

thecrazysheeplady said...

That's actually Bella or Billy. Hank would love to live with that nice "normal" bunch of sheep :-).

Suz said...

ha! I see him!
and bless you for this
your instincts were right
....how I wish I could be there and hear them all by the creek

Willow said...

Thank you for some peaceful sweet lamb photos , Our farm is barely an hour from Boston and I admit today was a day I just needed a little more gentle grounding than usual.

Tombstone Livestock said...

Keep the pictures coming Sara, if more people were surrounded by lambs or other critters I am sure there would be less violence. We just need Hollywood to make lambie movies instead of ones with assault rifles.

Leaving the news off for this afternoon, but am thinking of all the families that this tragedy has so needlessly touched.

YarnKettle said...

Lamb therapy works. Thank you for that!

Strawberry Lane said...

Ahhhh ... exactly what the world needs. Thanks!

Terry and Linda said...

Peace and gentleness...perfect!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Far Side of Fifty said...

Everyone needs a smile and that is what I do when I see your cute lamb photos:)

Thirteen Sheep (Or More) said...

Perfect!

Paula said...

These pictures were therapy for me... any time I see cute lambs, everything feels right in the world, if only for just a little while... :)

Sr. Mary Elizabeth Tebo, fsp said...

"He leads me beside still waters....." came to mind in the first photo. Lovely peaceful captures in this tumultuous world.
Thanks for sharing.

Peruby said...

It took me a while to find Hank. I should have focused on the legs. :)

Stephen Andrew said...

I LOVE that second photo. I LOVE IT. And I really had to look for the dog haha.

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