Tunnel Vision

I have to admit to a bit of tunnel vision right now. Along with the everyday duties around the farm, we've added the twin lambs and they need a good bit of care. Plus, they are just addicting to be around. They baaaa with a little baby voice. They have the curliest, softest fiber, even now--it's hard to keep your hands off them. They snuggle into your neck if you let them. So I apologize for having just one thing on my mind currently - getting these little guys off to a good start is my top priority. Soon I'll be able to turn to the next priorities, which include preparing for Herd Health Day and Alpaca Shearing Day, publishing our farm egg recipe booklet and hosting the Easter Egg Hunt (April 11, thanks for asking). I'm also scouring the calendar for a good Spin In day and maybe even a dye day here at the farm.

But just to give you a little taste of my new and beloved duties several times a day, I recorded a short video. Sorry about the cell phone ringer; just consider it a quirky soundtrack to the video.

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  1. Mary IS a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb... I can't wait to see these two on Saturday! Thanks for the treat

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  2. That is the cutest thing ever!

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  3. Very sweet. Aren't bottle babies the cutest?

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