Thursday, December 19, 2013

Come And Get It

 We haven't been taking any pictures of the sheep these days. It has been too cold to stand around outdoors taking snapshots, and the sheep have been hunkering down, trying to stay warm.

Today, we are having a heat wave, it's almost 40 degrees. I wanted to get pictures before the snow is gone from all of the rain we are suppose to get, but my camera is dead and I cannot locate my charger anywhere!! Frustrating!

I did manage to get a shot with my phone of our sweet, little, ewe lambs. We have them separated from the flock because the ewes are just too pushy and were not letting the lambs get enough feed.
When we go out they just stand there waiting, hoping we have breakfast!

We have been feeding more hay, more often to help them keep warm. It has been an unusually cold December. I am glad that we did not shear the ewes in September like we had planned. They really needed that extra fleece to keep warm!

I will be taking a break over the Christmas Holidays! I have a daughter coming home from school, a husband who will be on a vacation from his day job, birthdays, Christmas parties, and just plain ole' family time!

I hope you all have a Wonderful Christmas!
See you in the New Year :)

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  1. Have a happy holiday!

  2. Your sheep look well & fluffy. I love pictures of sheep in the snow but haven't been taking any of mine for the same reasons. Too cold ( or too wet ) to stand around for long and get a good picture.

    Merry Christmas to you & yours !

  3. Great picture! Enjoy your Christmas holidays!

  4. Have a blessed family Christmas!


  5. Awww, they are very cute! We're having a heat wave here today as well so almost all the snow is gone. Hope you enjoy the Christmas season! :)

  6. Oh, my goodness! The snow is really caked on that fleece. It certainly is a good thing you didn't shear. Have a wonderful Christmas with your family.

  7. Hope you have a great time with your family home! Enjoy the time you have together.
    Merry Christmas and Best to you in 2014.


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