Friday, April 10, 2015

Lamb Camp ICU


If your momma doesn't love you and you have to go live in the house...


...I can sure think of worse places to end up!


Remember this little lamb from the other day?  I thought maybe I was just having trouble getting the colors right inside the barn, but no, she's actually pretty pink.  And happy :-).


And sleepy.


The Training Center, Cynthiana, Kentucky


25 comments:

RuusVerd said...

Oh my gosh, those adorable big ears! <3 I love those ears.

Mira says there are lots worse places to live than in the house. All her brothers actually have to live outside! The horror! :-)

Alice said...

Oh! she is worthy of much snorgling! I would never get anything done if I had her in my house! Love the geraniums! how ever did you manage them at this time of the year?

MarmePurl said...

I really need to live closer.

Judy said...

What an awesome post! If I can't have sheep, it's cool to read about those who can....

Alina said...

She looks like she is smiling! Adorable!

Christine said...

I'm happy to see someone sent flowers to the ICU. :)

LannieK said...

Looks like someone might be feeling a little better. I mean with those bright flowers.... how could you not :-) Feel better little lambie ~ drink lots.... Your friend with the BiG ears is waiting to play ��

LannieK said...

Looks like someone might be feeling a little better. I mean with those bright flowers.... how could you not :-) Feel better little lambie ~ drink lots.... Your friend with the BiG ears is waiting to play ��

Shine said...

Your little place here in the cyber world makes my little world a better place :) Thanks for all the cuteness and encouragement!!

Terry and Linda said...

I LOVE THAT SMILE!!!

Linda
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Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

ICU indeed..... and someone DOES love you or you would not be there!!! And those Geraniums, sigh

Janice Grinyer said...

oh this is such a dangerous blog in the springtime - WHO CAN RESIST THE CUTE LAMBIE BABIES?????

Deb W said...

So you've taken on a new bottle baby? But the sweet beige and pink one with the sweet smile also seems such a natural to spend her life at Equinox Farm! Did I say she looked sweet? Can we keep her? Can we puleeeeeeez?

thecrazysheeplady said...

Not mine, a friend's. Perfect spot for them!

thecrazysheeplady said...

I know! :-D

thecrazysheeplady said...

Nope, no bottle lamb here yet. Just playing with a friend's :-).

sophy0075 said...

I saw "ICU" and panicked! Glad to see Pinkie is okay (and smiling, if you ask me. Of course - Coddled. In the House. What's not to smile about there?)

Sarah said...

Why did her momma reject her? Makes me sad. Looks like she has a beautiful spot inside by those gorgeous geraniums.
So enjoy reading your blog! Thanks!

Lori Leigh said...

Beautiful pictures...she looks like is smiling!

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I never see a lamb this time of year and not think of you. These precious lambs are so lucky to have people like you to be their Momma's!

Bonnie K said...

I love how smug that little one is in the photo. Adorable.

T.L. Merrybard said...

Bless her, she's adorable! :)

Tombstone Livestock said...

Looks like that ICU crib is the one with a view, love it.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Oh so cute!! I would be visiting all the time:)

karen said...

so so sweet and adorable. I love when you share photos of the sheep and lambs :) :)

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