Wednesday, April 24, 2013

24-hour summary


Bing, why weren't you born with different plumbing???

I did finally get Bing's (above) and Marta's fleeces skirted yesterday – a job definitely easier in the warm sunshine!

No photos allowed during the concert
Rick and I had a date last night. For Christmas I gave him tickets to a Don Williams concert at the Elsinore Theater. We ate at one of our favorite restaurants first. "I believe in love;" yes, I do.  :-)

Spring means blossoms . . . and badminton.

We have a wannabe-pterosaur-hunter.
"Who? Me?!?"
"Oh, all right. So you caught me drooling."


My textiles students are doing a great job at creating yarn.

It looks like I really will be saying good-bye. This afternoon I received a deposit on Cadbury and Bonny (above). They will be moving to Washington in June.

That's it for now from . . .

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful fleece..... Looks like there will be room for Annabelle to have 2 ewe lambs in the near future, let's cross our fingers now.

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    1. All my fingers and toes are crossed, Tombstone!

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  2. Congrats on the sale Michelle. And congrats on that lovely fleece!!! Love the flower shots and the fiber students spinning, looks like you are creating future customers.

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    1. One of the girls has already asked if she gets to keep the spindle. :-)

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  3. Not Cadbury! How can I say goodbye to Cadbury!?! Your fiber students are very focused - how wonderful to see. I LOVE badminton! We used to play it all the time.

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    1. Too much ram-power for my tiny flock, Susan; I'm just glad he is going to a breeding home!

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  4. That fleece is knock-your-socks-off gorgeous!

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    1. Thank-you, Dianne. I sure wish we hadn't lost the sire that produced such a fine-fleeced lamb!

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  5. The fleece looks beautiful, the theater too... and I was JUST wondering where the badminton kit is!!!

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    1. Hope you've found it, Mary Ann. :-)

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  6. Well I am glad for you but sad for me. He has a wonderful fleece that I have gotten to enjoy the last two years.

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    1. I'm sorry about that Shiralyn. If Bittersweet is still here you can get his fleece again . . . or if you move up here you can get Bittersweet himself! ;-)

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  7. Congrats on the fleeces and changes. I know it is hard but the truth is that what you do, what agree to change and what changes ....all these things are meaningful, important and lead to better things in every way.

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    1. Thank-you for your kind and encouraging words, Cynthia; you should know!

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