Monday, February 04, 2013

Today's Lambs


When I go to the barn, I usually bring my camera to take photos after chores are done. The lambs are really so cute and photogenic. It is amazing how fast they grow though. It is like they become teenagers overnight. Here are some photos from Sunday afternoon. The light is best then too.



This little black and white one is just so cute. It wasn't very active for about a week but yesterday it was out and about. It's twin is much larger than it. It seems to be out of the woods now.

 

Since life isn't about lambs all the time, I want to share this great fix-it product I found. It is called SUGRU. I use it for all kinds of things that break around here. They send a monthly newsletter and I love to see how others fix things around their house too. I especially like this fix to make a tea kettle easier to pour for a visually impaired woman. Julia has some bits of trouble with normal household tasks and I am now trying to remember to see if I can use SUGRU to make things easier for her too. And no I wasn't paid to write this. I just find the product so useful and think you all may too. 

11 comments:

Natural fibre girl said...

These pictures are so heart warming. The lambs are adorable... big job raising sheep.. I wish I lived closer to take one of your classes at the farm...

Auntie Shan said...

oh! You have to keep that Black one around! THAT "Got Milk" face is too good to pass up!
:-D

Mary said...

They really do have the sweetest faces!

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Hi Kristin..

Oh how sweet your little lambs are... Just adorable. Glad the little black and white one is out of the woods now.

Thanks for the tip on Sugru and for coming to visit.. :-)

Many blessings,
Spencer

estyn said...

I used sugru to fix my old enamel compost bucket which developed a rust hole in the bottom. Works perfectly now!

shabby girl said...

The lambs look like they are smiling. So cute!

Helen Hart said...

Your lamb photos are so darling. By the way, where do you get Sugru? Do you check ewes in the middle of the night? My friend does and they are nowlambing here in WY, though not as many as you have. Take care.

Lyn said...

Oh such sweet lambs, I have a soft spot for black lambs especially x

LannieK said...

What cuties! I want the little black & white one!
:-)
Thanks for sharing all the pictures, and product hints...
Take care! Hugs to all....

Anonymous said...

You describe farm life so well. It helps me accept and not feel guilty about the chain of life. I love animals so much, but it's sort of poke "there is a season...." Does that make sense?

Cherie M in EP CO said...

Your weekend weather forecast looks pretty rough. Seems that will be difficuot with the lambs. Take care.