Looks wintry and cozy at the same time!I'm so glad to see your Undies! ;) He's a really pretty boy.
Undies is very handsome!
Yay! I almost squealed out loud at work to see pictures again. I'd missed them. :D Everything looks so beautiful. The boy in the Santa hat is just priceless.
Is he really that red on his neck? That's gorgeous. *ponders* Does anyone shear and spin such gorgeous fiber?
Bethany, great now I have "I see London I see France" stuck in my head.Farm mom, thank youThe Thinker, haha! You should have seen me yesterday when I got it. I was running around like a mad woman taking photos. I edited myself today.Michelle, the red would be a light trick. He is black except for a tip of white on his tail, a dot on his head, and a little underbelly. As for shearing, no. But you can brush and gather in the spring when they shed. I have yet to learn how to spin. I have a lot of wool and no clue what to do with it.
Good looking Undies! *grin*I like the shot of your son in the santa hat.
Everything is looking wonderful at your place!Haha, unfortunately, yes, you've opened up ALL sorts of "undies" jokes!Yes, your Undie is cute!
I will not tell an Undies Joke. I will not tell an Undies Joke. I will not tell an Undies Joke.He is beautiful!
And I thought it was cold in Nottingham, England. I love your photos and the dear creatures. Just make sure you are warm and snug.
I don't know if you remember me, but it's Andrew from that old blog Gardening 1 on 1. I was just stopping in, are those buffalo? They look so warm and big! Amazing animals.
Of course I remember you ANdrew. As soon as I saw your name pop up in my email. Been awhile. Things still well with you? No, those are not Buffalo, they are Dexter Cattle. They are smaller than regular cows, I was just standing close to them when I took the photo. And they are amazing, I simply adore them.Are you starting your old blog up again? or do you have a new one? Let me know and I will be happy to give you a shout out here.
Nope, no blog for me. Except some link trap that I'm using for referring people, but it's not a blog.But I've been good. In 9th grade now, and I'm doing great in school and social life is hopping too!I still have my garden, but it's the winter now and I don't have a greenhouse, so no plants for me. But I am going to be starting one in the Spring again, I'm changing my plot, I think the one I'm using is lacking nutrients.
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