There is still one Cheviot ewe to go, and maybe the black Border Leicester cross. They certainly are waiting as long as possible... So, I still visit the farm twice a day and carefully check everyone over. The newest ewe lamb is small, but she seems healthy, and active.
Still trying to adjust to life without Ginger. When you have a geriatric pet for so long, you do a lot for them, and your life really changes and puts them first. Boy kitty thought he saw her yesterday, and he went over an investigated.. Maybe he did, in a way. I am still prone to tears at any time of the day, but I am trying to go on as much as possible.
The dogs have not gotten much work, but that will soon change, as trial season is soon upon us. I need to get Dan's shedding as good as I can, and although I toyed with running Joe at trials, I still think he is a bit young.. we shall see. Maybe I can sign up for a lesson with someone after a trial.
My house is sorely in need of a major cleaning. Soon... so is my car...
On a very neat note, when I let the dogs out last night, guess what I heard? Spring peepers!
Well, that's it for now. Hope all is well with everyone.