It happens at the same time every year....I struggle to be patient while I'm waiting for those little surprises that my sheep will deliver to me ANY DAY NOW. If I haven't mentioned this previously, patience is not one of my virtues. And my lack of patience makes waiting for lambs in the spring very difficult and nerve racking for me. This year's unseasonably warm weather has helped me be a little less stressed, because I know if I have a lamb born in the grass overnight, it's not likely to freeze to death before I can get to it.
But still............I wait, and I spin and I knit and last night I talked my friend out of her triangular loom for a little bit, so now I will weave.
We have a new baby in the family and I knitted this fuzzy little hat on the way to Minnesota last week. And now it's too warm for her to wear it.
|And this..........is 8 empty lambing pens. (sigh) The next time you see them, they will have lambs IN them. |
Toodles everyone.Everyday is a gift from God.
Good luck with lambing.