First thing Thanksgiving morning Weed Whacker,the sheep, had her babies..here is baby # 1 in all his gooey glory!
I couldn't help this picture, just look at the size of that bag!
As soon as Weed Whacker started talking to the little fellow the whole flock came over to see him!
They just stood there, greeting him..letting him know he is part of their little family!
Charger lamb sat baby # 1 as Mom took care of baby # 2 ...
Charger is a very good Dad!
Here are the new boys all dried off, one has short ears like Weed Whacker and one regular ears like Charger! Other than the ear thing they are almost identical!
Summer has breathed it last breath. A cold front has come in this afternoon! We were at 80* and high humidity ...uggg..so not the way this time of year is supposed to feel! It may freeze tonight but if it doesn't it will tomorrow for sure so I went out and got all my green tomatoes and the last of my peppers and a handful of purple hull peas.
I had a lot of green tomatoes! Too bad they didn't ripen but I won't let them go to waste,nope! There are lots of things to make with them the hard part is just going to be deciding what!
This is a picture of my one calendula plant, the flower almost doesn't look real it is so vivid