I took my laptop with me but there was no wi-fi where we stayed so I couldn't post here. I posted plenty to Instagram, so if you'd like to see some photos from our trip, you can click on that blue Instagram bar over there on the right.
We took Brian straight to school (much to his dismay; he thought he was getting another day off), then came home. After unloading the car and starting a load of laundry, I changed and headed to the barn to see my critters. The horses got turned out into the arena to run and roll, and the ewes and lambs got turned out to pasture to experience sunshine, green grass, and communal living for the first time.
My sweet lambs! They are all doing well, not changed as much as I expected after missing most of their short lives so far. The neighbor who graciously agreed to come up every 2-3 hours to bottle-feed Brigitte kept me informed of her progress via text message; after the first two days, Brigitte quickly transitioned to getting all her nourishment from Sarai. She's still a loud-mouth, and very friendly. :-D
As always, I have lots of photos from our trip to sort and share, which may or may not get done. Seems the past gets shoved to the back burner by the immediacy of the moment.
And the immediacy of THIS moment is watching the end of To Kill A Mockingbird with my son for English class. Sobering. Heartbreaking. And frighteningly foreshadowing of too many current events and attitudes.
That's it for today from . . .