Sunday, December 21, 2014

Added adornment

Perhaps Bali was trying to cover for her twin's appalling absence of a proper dinner jacket by wearing her dinner? (The question really is, how did she manage this given the feeder construction in the Sheep Sheraton?)

Yesterday morning I managed to reach through the fence and snag Barbados by a back leg while he was eating. I picked the most obvious bits of hay off his wet fleece and put his freshly laundered sheep coat back on him. That was a relief, because it means I am only facing a sheep shuffle on Wednesday, not a rodeo.

Than last night after the Sabbath was over, I got a load of laundry done, a four-loaf batch of bread made, a batch of cookies baked (with Brian's help), and the great room floor vacuumed (with Rick's help), ending the evening with some knitting. I went to bed feeling a lot less pressure, and could actually look forward to taking off today to see family. Travel knitting, here I come!

That's it for today from . . .

4 comments:

Susan said...

Sounds like you got a LOT accomplished - with and without help. Safe travels to you and your family and have a wonderful holiday!

Ruth Dixon said...

Sounds like you've been busy. Only farm folks would understand the relief of just shuffling sheep, not having to catch them also.

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