Saturday, March 30, 2013

Shetland #4

Shetland #4 was born this morning and it's another little ewe lamb.  She is black right now but there is white under there so she will probably change to look a lot more like mama, Bunny.  I guess she is the Easter Bunny bringing me a lamb.


Wish you could smell my Lilacs, really feels and smells like spring.


This is an old conveyer bucket of some kind that was left here by previous owners, now a planter for Cilantro, Parsley, Napa Cabbage and Chard. 


8 comments:

  1. oh, 'bunny' and child are so sweet! i miss lilacs! there's vitex here (texas lilac) but it's not like real lilacs. :)

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  2. What kind of lilacs Audrey? We have the kind that grown on a bush here in Pa. I love the fragrance. Happy Easter.

    Felicia

    PS adorable lamb

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  3. Evening, oh sooo cute the little ewe.....love the color....Lucky you to have Lilacs already, wish I could smell them, heavenly.....Easter Blessings Francine.

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  4. Congrats on another cute lamb!
    Wish they would hurry up with inventing the scratch and sniff screens! Love the smeel of lilaces
    Happy Easter to Ewe!
    Teri

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  5. What a wonderful way to welcome Easter and spring! My lilacs have several weeks to go before they even leaf out so I'll have to enjoy yours vicariously. Love your repurposed planter and it would be hard to resist petting that ewe if I were there. :o)

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  6. I love the smell of lilacs - they smell like Spring! We have a long way to go until lilacs appear, I'm afraid. Bunny is a beautiful sheep! That would be wonderful - to have a Bunny, Jr. And what a clever and useful way to take advantage of a left behind piece of equipment -- never mind that I am green GREEN with envy that you have herbs and greens coming up...

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  7. Your lilac bushes look just the opposite of mine. I have all leaves and hardly a blossom. You have all blossoms and hardly any leaves! I'll trade ya . . .

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