Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Stardust

It's a crisp, cold, starry night out there. Mars and Venus are keeping a big ol' sliver of moon company in the western sky, but they were hiding behind trees from where I took this photo:
Five more eggs today; the hens are on a roll! Speaking of baked goods, I'm thinking the sheepy girls must all have buns in their ovens based on the amount of hay and water they're consuming. Sarai and Vienna, who were in the earlier breeding group, are still a month away from their earliest possible lambing date, though. Wait; a month isn't that long, especially the way my life seems to careen along! Guess I'd better start thinking about preparing the nursery!

That's it from a very tired shepherdess at . . .

3 comments:

Theresa said...

Can't wait to see what the get is this year. No doubt cute no matter what!

Mama Pea said...

You're so right, Michelle. A month's time just whizzes by. I can't believe January has come and gone. This is gonna be a short winter, I'm thinking.

Claire Moxon-Waltz said...

A lovely shot of the moon! I'm excited to see your lambies coming along soon! I will have lambs vicariously through your blog. :)