Wednesday, 17 March 2021

LAMBS GROWING FAST.

 


Mum Tracey with Clementine and Peaches her fast growing offspring now enjoying being out in the field.
Listen to that wind.   That's Scotland for you.



Remember when they were like this? at the end of Feb just about 4 weeks ago.

We are all going along nicely here but Tom had the stuffing knocked out of him with the tummy bug, still he's improving and the nicer weather helps.

Not done much sewing lately with other things going on but will get back to it soon.
Been playing lots of Ukulele though and loving it.
Well, I am, not so sure about Tom, lol





13 comments:

  1. sweet little lambs and sorry about that tummy bug, they are the worst thing for me. hope all is well today

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  2. F has a ukulele, but I've never heard her play it. What do you guys think of your Mum's ukulele playing? xxx Mr T

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  3. Well done on the ukulele playing. I hope Tom's recovery continues and he feels better soon.

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  4. They are the wooliest lambs I have ever seen!

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  5. The babies aren't babies anymore, that's for sure. Absolutely darling!!! We had a horrible wind night before last... it sounded just like winter was back again, in full force. YUCK!!!!!!! I'm glad Tom is feeling better now. I'd bet money he had food poisoning. I mean.... how does anyone catch anything with a mask on? I'd love to hear you play your ukulele sometime. Please take a video if you are able. ~Andrea xoxo

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  6. When it warms up a bit my husband will resume playing his mandolin alongside our neighbour and her ukelele. It's something they both really enjoy. Arilx

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  7. Glad Tom is recovering from the tummy bug...and I hope he feels better soon. I wonder if you have thought of recording your ukulele playing and posting it here. I for one would like to hear it :-) Cute lambs and I love their names. Take care Amanda x

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  8. They are growing quick. So cute. Hope Tom is feeling better

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  9. I have heard that the wind in Scotland makes the trees all grow leaning landward!

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  10. A small, one woman winery here in Oregon was able to import some purebred embryos of the Blackface Valais lambs. They are very cute, and a it's good to keep an old breed alive.

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  11. It is surprising that your Ayrshire-based son did not name the mummy sheep Briony in your honour. Besides, it is a much more sophisticated name than Tracey.

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  12. The fact is that my real name is not Briony YP, that is my computer name, my own name is ? but it's nice of you to call it a sophisticated name.

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    1. I forget...Is your real name Chardonnay? I hope it is not Tracey!

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