Thursday, June 5, 2014

a morning visit to the farm

As soon as I walked through the gate the familiar smell accosted me and brought back  a surge of memories. Those days of shepherding mine own flock hold a store of pleasant reminiscences. The visit to this farm was rather impromptu, a friend stopped by and wanted to know if we could ride out with her and her grandson. We held fuzzy lambs, caressed peeping baby chicks, and listened to the open communication between the ewes and their babies.


A curious one appeared at the barnyard as interested as we were in the goingonness of the barnyard.

2 comments:

Karen said...

Hi, Cathy! Do you ever wish to have a farm, again? We are striving to add more and more as we can. It all started with chicks. Haha!
I am doing better, thanks. I have always been a tea drinker, but never tried anything much beyond Lipton. This new experimenting is delightful! Have a great week-end!

the wayside wanderer said...

Oh how fun! I want to go. :)

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