After chores and before the dogs got up this morning, I shampooed the couch. I fenced it off and put a fan on it. Then I loaded up the dogs in the van and headed to Jeannie ' s to pick up two lambs.
|Clean and drying|
The two 14 week old lambs are Creamer on the front left and Cocoa on the front right. Their mama is standing behind them. They are half Navajo and half Shetland.
|Creamer and Cocoa, my new ewe lambs|
I saw many beautiful flag displays today. But because I was driving I didn't get pictures. Right before arriving home, I pulled over to get a picture.
|USA proud! Fly 'em high!|
When I arrived home my whether and ram greeted the two young ewes. The ram is full blood Shetland so any babies will be 3/4 Shetland and 1/4 Navajo.
|All of my sheep|
Every animal in the pasture greeted the two young ewes. They weren't necessarily happy about that and the took off running circles in the pasture. That is until they found a spot where they could escape.
|HELLO! can be overwhelming|
They escaped on me twice before I plugged the escape route. I left them grazing peacefully in the pasture.
|Creamer and Cocoa grazing in the new pasture|
When I got back into the house, the couch was dry. I'm only 25% through everything that I hoped to get done today. I need one more day off.