Thursday, April 02, 2015

A perfect storm

That's what this week is, and since it's only Thursday, I'm still hanging on for dear life. I would love nothing better than to quietly curl up in my own comfortable cocoon of home and farm when it is over, but as timing would have it, I take off tomorrow afternoon for our church's women's retreat at the coast. I'm praying that ends up being a blessing in the disguise of "one more thing on the list." I'd back out if it weren't for the fact that my dear friend Kate is going with me again this year. She's already pulled me back from the brink once this week, letting me totally fall apart on her shoulder. Totally saved my sanity that day, she did.

Anyway, the ewes and lambs have been cooped up too much of the week, and my horse hasn't been out since Sunday. But that's enough about my life; I will leave you with this and get back to the salt mines:

That's it for today from . . .

6 comments:

Anne A said...

Wishing you Easter blessings and hope you find the space you need. Thank you for the gorgeous lamb photos.

farmlady said...

I know this is a busy time for you, but it makes me happy to come and look at your farm, your lambs, your life. May the beauty of Spring bloom inside of you and the reason for Easter bring you many blessings.

Debbie said...

Wishing you and your family a very Happy Easter!
Michelle, have a wonderful time at the retreat. Two legged and four legged will be waiting for you...and they will be just fine.
The lambs are wonderful. I love the names that you selected.
Catch your breathe, enjoy the time away.

Looking forward to your next blog post.

take care.

Mary Ann said...

I hope things slow down for you and you have a Great Easter!

Nancy Kay said...

The retreat will be just the ticket! Have a Blessed Easter.

C-ingspots said...

Being at the ocean, with friends and away from home obligations will be just what you need to refresh and renew. Beach time is happy time!