Monday, May 18, 2015

100 % Chance of.....SUN!

What was predicted to be a rainy weekend was mostly sunny.
I had a chance to finish all of the planting by the end of Saturday...
just in time for a great shower Saturday night.
Score!
No watering needed!


I finished another galvanized container grouping...


Socialization of the lambs is coming along nicely...
by 50%.
Hope is turning out to be quite friendly.


She takes after her Mama for sure.


She is also very photogenic!


Faith is still a little "spooky" and prefers to not be touched.
However, if you are lucky to be able to pick her up...
she falls asleep in your arms.


Sammy would give anything to play with the lambs...
but first he has to get past Gracie...
who butts him in the head when he approaches.


Ginger and MaryAnn have still only visited over the fence.
I'm not in a hurry to let them mingle yet.
I think I will wait until the lambs are close to full grown.


10 comments:

colleen said...

Looks like you've had another productive weekend. The galvanized grouping is very nice. How old will the lambs be when they are full grown?

NanaDiana said...

I can actually see those babies growing in the pictures you post of them. They are so cute. Love that Mama head butts Sammy to keep him away...although I don't love it for Sammy. Beautiful "family" you have!!! xo Diana

jaz@octoberfarm said...

they are just the sweetest little family.

Sally said...

Really enjoying your blog! Love the pictures! I do have a question. Your Sammy looks like a dead-ringer for my rescue mutt, Rudy. What breed(s) is he?

Beverly Frankeny said...

We did genetic testing on our rescues to find out their breed heritage and found Sammy to be ¼ of each of the following.... beagle, poodle, chow, rottweiller. Imagine!!

Beverly Frankeny said...

Colleen, I am not sure at what point they will be full grown, but what I know is that they are presently growing like weeds!! And I am a weed expert!

Missy George said...

Hope is so photogenic..Love the eyelashes..So nice to have met them!!

Lynne said...

What a joy it must be to have a lamb fall asleep in your arms . . .

Sally said...

We haven't had Rudy tested, but we think he's a coon hound, shepard, lab mix. I'll have to have him tested.

An American in Tokyo said...

Too cute! Too cute!
Keep the pictures coming!

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