Girls Leaving the Farm

My last three June babies left the farm.  They were lucky enough to find a fabulous forever farm.

Yolanda

Yolanda

Ruby

Ruby

Veronica

Veronica

I do hope they behave.

I hope you’ll come back to join me for Friday’s Hunt this week.  The items for the hunt are at the top of my sidebar.

I’m sharing today with Warm Heart Wednesday.

Happy Birthday

Minnie and Meg are celebrating birthdays this week.  Some time.  I don’t know exactly what day, but they were just a few days old when I brought them home.  They didn’t even have horn buds.  Now they are twelve-year-old ladies.

Megora

Megora

Minnie Pearl

Minnie Pearl

I have to say, I am quite impressed with my girls.  I do adore them!  Although, I do think Minnie should quit fighting.  Just saying.  I’m sharing with Song-ography.  Yep.  Happy Birthday song!

I’m also sharing the woodpecker for Wild Bird Wednesday.  I love that I can open my door and these little guys don’t fly away because it’s much clearer than shooting through the distorting kitchen window.

Downy_0900ews

I do hope you’ll come back on Friday to join me for Friday’s Hunt.  The item for this week’s hunt is at the top of my sidebar.

A Happy Surprise!

I was right, and I was wrong.  Pistol was bred through the fence like I thought.

Pistol Osboer

Pistol Osboer

I am pretty sure, though, that if you could have seen me yesterday morning when I peeked in the buck room where she is at, you’d have seen my eyes do a cartoon eyes-popping-out-of-my-head kind of thing.  I was not expecting kids so soon.

Doe and twins_0990ews

Doe and twins_0986ews

We have kids!  Two boys.  Did you notice I updated my buck and doe count in the sidebar?

Tommy

Tommy

PJ

PJ

They are already snugglers!  And Tommy is as bouncy as a tigger.

Our warm weather was perfect for kidding!  It also gave everyone else a chance to go outside.  Hopefully, they wear off some of their crabby cranky cooped up energy.

Goat Pasture_0950ews

llama geese_0954ews

In other news, I decided to try to prepare for the upcoming blizzard by turning the Ranger around in the garage.

Ranger_1025ews

It didn’t work so well.  The ground is soft and sloppy. There’s no gravel.  There’s a horrid slope.  I kind of slid.  Luckily, my nephew came to rescue it before our nasty weather tomorrow.

I do hope you come back to join me for Friday’s Hunt this week.  The items are at the top of my sidebar.

I’m sharing today with The Good. The Random. The Fun., Monday Mellow Yellows, and Ruby Tuesday.

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