Tag: cows

THE KILLING FROST

Real cold is coming. Well, cold for this time of year anyway. In a month it will not be considered cold at all. Tonight we go down to 27F that is -2C. A killing frost.

WHEN PIGLET SLEEPS

Piglet is indefatigable and when he finally lays down to sleep at the end of the day Boo and I literally sigh with relief. He is worse than a toddler.

STEALING TOYS

Piglet is one of those babies who thinks feed time is playtime. And he sees all floor obstacles as opportunities for play. So he steals toys and plays tirelessly.

I LIKE DUCKS NOW

There was a time I really did not like these ducks. But they have grown on me. Yesterday one got caught in some nylon.

TIA THE NAUGHTY

Tia is much too big for standing in the boot of a car. But there she is!

NO FILTER

As I was puttering about last night putting the ducks to bed, locking up the chickens and shifting the cows, I suddenly realized I had no images of the day.

STRUCK BY LIGHTNING

Yesterday morning I awoke to an incredibly loud lightning storm, a massive crack way too close for comfort and then no electricity. Funny how the power goes off so silently.

THE LONG SHADE

You can see the shadows growing long in these shots. Out in the late afternoon with my cows.

PINCH AND A PUNCH

AS kids, a Pinch and a Punch for the First of the Month brought great and terrible delight. Little girls shrieking, giddy with release, naughtiness, our innate cruelty acceptable for just this moment, at being allowed to pinch and punch and “NO RETURNS” just…

SHUT OUT

I know. As well as all the other stupid techy problems I have been having then WordPress shut me out asked for my password then would not accept it and then would not accept the new one, then shut me out for a couple…

GOOD MORNING

I wonder – does good morning mean it IS a good morning or I wish a good morning for you. 

NEVER LosT

Calves are often hard to find – but they are never lost.