Monday, January 2, 2017

Good Brothers

I quietly walked into the barn yesterday to peek in on everyone while they were napping the afternoon away. Bullwinkle was cashed out with his head tucked onto a big wooden beam and his adopted brother tucked in next to him. So sweet.

I quietly walked back out, grabbed my camera, quietly walked back in...but he knew his mom was sneaking around and looked up.  Oh well, still cute :-).



As I pulled these pictures off I remembered a shot from a couple days ago.  Those boys.  I had my doubts for awhile that Levi would ever "come around".  He was so flighty and nervous.  Now he's just a silly little sheep and fits in perfectly :-).


"Is it dinner time yet???"

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Would anyone be interested in coming out to the farm this Saturday to celebrate Roc Day?  I'm thinking about trying to throw together a casual "spin in"...


12 comments:

  1. Interested . . . but sadly, too far away.

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  2. I'm in! Oh, wait. Although I wish I lived just down the lane, I don't. Sigh.

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  3. I'd be there for sure but for the pesky miles between us. You'll have to do a cyber spin-in but it would never measure up to being there in person. :-/

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  4. Count me in! Sounds like an excellent way to lighten up this dreary winter! :D

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    1. I was hoping you weren't working that day :-D.

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  5. Always learning something here - glad you put the link in for Roc Day. Happy New Year!

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  6. I did not know of this special day. Very interesting and if only I lived a bit closer to you I would be there in a flash. A casual "spin-in" sounds heavenly.

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  7. Many of you know I'm all about cool space stuff, but I see much more use in working on a teleporter than setting up a colony on Mars. Just saying...

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  8. St. Distaff day! I should have known. There is no place I would rather be, but no can do this time. Bummer.

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  9. Thanks for the link! Interesting- and also now I know why in Thoroughbred horse lingo the dam's side of a pedigree is called the distaff side.

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    1. I didn't know that one! Seems like I should have though, here in the Bluegrass... ;-).

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  10. Alas, no TARDIS, and as usual, the transporter isn't working. Is there a way we all could Skype or FaceTime or something (as she, the technological revolution illiterate)?

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