It has been quite a while since I updated y’all on our small flock of wooly friends, and I am happy to say, they are fully enjoying their new home, relishing in the abundance of grass in our field this summer.
I just love caring for these sheep, visiting their little patch of paradise every day, and running my hands deep into their wooly coats. A few of them LOVE to their daily “rub-downs” by yours truly.
Doesn’t that pretty bundle of fluff look so inviting!?
Moving the sheep’s fencing is a weekly duty, to provide them with fresh ground to roam and eat as they please; this involves a few helping hands to get the job done.
The ewes were very happy with a new addition to our flock recently…..Louis the ram!
Yes, he was quite taken with the ladies the day he arrived on our farm, and we look forward to seeing many sweet little lambs Lord willing sometime in March of next year!!!!
“So we thy people and sheep of thy pasture will give thee thanks for ever: we will shew forth thy praise to all generations.”
“The gratitude of the church is lasting as well as deep. On her tablets are memorials of great deliverances, and, as long as she shall exist, her sons will rehearse them with delight. We have a history which will survive all other records, and it is bright in every line with the glory of the Lord. From the direst calamities God’s glory springs, and the dark days of his people become the prelude to unusual displays of the Lord’s love and power.”
Grace and Peace,
Miss Antoinette Joy