Bella before and after….


Bella and Kandle, before…



Bella and Kandle, after…

My post of Bella’s shearing seems so very unimportant, now.  I just turned on the news and learned of the massive tornado.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Oklahoma. I just heard that there was a horse farm hit.  100 horses are dead.  Enough said.




Soft head











Sheep shearer Mr. Bob Taylor


“…silver white winters that melt into spring, these are a few of my favorite things…” Awaiting spring on Gingerbread Farm…


Crabapple by the house

A season that’s so worth waiting for…..


Willow’s Easter Bonnet


Babies Howard and Daisy

Easter table

Easter table


Frosty good morning! On today’s menu: hay, 4 horse treats, 4 peppermints and one large carrot, each. Later, pasture for a few hours and then back in for a nap.
What a wonderful life this little couple lead. Little do they know that #77 is about to rock their world! #77 is a sheep at the children’s farm where I volunteer. She is an older mom unable to nurse anymore. So, the options are simple, if you get my drift and I am opting to give her a forever home and hope that Flynn and Sugar take it well… or even a little bit well. 🙂 Any name suggestions for #77 would be appreciated. Have a peaceful day!