A feeling of peace always washes over me when I look at your photos!Have a great weekend.
I am finding that I have a really mushy spot for the little lambs. They just look so sweet! Have a great weekend!
What sweet babies! Love the pair - black and white - how wonderful!
I can tell they are twins, they look so much alike. :)http://thoughtsofgrace.wordpress.com/2012/05/18/this-moment-may-18-2012/
Oh, how lovely! What a wonderful combination, so very sweet!Please, I have a question: My ram has a problem with his right foreleg. I already called the shearer and the veterinarian. The shearer cut him the claws, but he still has pains. Yesterday and this evening I felt, that his upper leg really is hot. The veterinarian will come once more and give him some antibiotics and pain-medicine. What would you do?
Dori, We have not had a sheep with these symptoms before, but if there is heat involved it sounds like he definately needs seen by a veterinarian. Hope he feels better soon!
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Excuse me, I made an orthographic mistake, so I removed the comment before :)I wanted to say: Good news: The heat is coming down, the medicine of the veterinarian worked, thanks goodness! Thank you for thinking for and with me and my sheep! Have a nice Sunday!
Oh, now that just melts my heart. Love them! :)My moment this week: http://wardenslog.blogspot.com/2012/05/this-moment-and-easy-way-to-help-dogs.html
That is too cute! And by the way, at first glance, it looks like the wee ones have flowers "in their hair". lol!http://sofiasideas.com/2012/05/18/this-moment-64/
Okay, so I am sticking with my first impression, which is that you stuck pink bows on them. Either way, every time I look at one of your posts you leave in awe. So much beauty!