We are very blessed to live on a farm. We love old fashioned ways of doing things that seem to be fading away. We realize that this lifestyle is not for everyone but we are very grateful that God allows us to enjoy it.
Thursday, March 15, 2007
Look What I Found!!!
The crocus you see above are from this year!!! I went out the day before and did not see anything, except some leaves that may have been crocus leaves. These little darlings ALWAYS sneak up on me. I went out last night to get something and I spied something purple. Two days ago it was in the low 70's. Yesterday it was in the high 60's. Today it is in the low 30's. Now, is that spring weather or what? =) I actually have several places in the yard that looks like it is dusted with snow. It is sleet. It doesn't matter though, because I have crocus blooming!!!! =)
Here is another picture of my naked sheep. They will be fine even with this cold snap. That is what I am told anyway. I have not actually heard a sheep say that to me. =) They are acting totally normal though and not staying all bunched up.
Can you guess what the above picture is? The first hint I will tell you.... It is NOT a shower cap. =)
Labels: Blessings, Farm Animals, Spring, Weather
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Looks like you've got a couple of icelandics there?
Now, I'm not certain what the other picture is...although it appears to be sitting next to a rocking chair. But I've really no idea at all...
is it a winterized pumpkin? I love your Blog, I have been reading it for awhile. I am thankful that the Lord uses you in my daily life. Kim
I also think that it is a pumpkin. I know because we have one out front too! The crocus are beautiful. I love that bright purple. ;)
Can't you just smell spring moving in? I too love visiting your blog everyday. You give me a jumpstart!
Nope, can't quite figure it out. Let us know soon! ;)
I bet Spring smells better than the pumpkin!!!!
What, what a beautiful color on the crocus! Ginger and Gracelyn said, "Oh, those poor naked sheep!" :)
Yes, your guesses were right. It is a deflated, rotted pumpkin shell. The other one really did look like a shower cap someone had left outside too long. =)
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