Little Lambies Everywhere

Lambing is in full swing now.  Everywhere there are little lambs and they are all divine.

Now that the Minions are in their summer field, I drive over daily to check everyone is ok.  The field is a bit further away but at least I don’t have to lug water anymore, so that’s a plus.  Every cloud and all that.

Anyway, the drive is beautiful.  This is the longer route, but via the shop (for necessities *** cough *** wine)

Hardly a chore, though.

Everywhere there are little lambs with their Mums.

They lie in the sunshine while their mothers eat as much as possible.

The car makes an ideal “hide” and I drive slowly with the windows down, stopping everytime I see a very pretty little lamb.  I let other cars go past too.  It is a slow pastime and my secret treat.

It does worry me that the sheep are on the road but that is the way and we just have to be very careful.

I have this terrible urge to kidnap.

I have been told that I can’t (I can however make the special Lambie Mum bleat that makes all babies want to follow me home).

The lambies answer me!

To date, I have not done this.

As Lambie would take a very dim view if I brought someone home more cuter tham him (and I think my family might have something to say about it too as well as the crofter whose sheep they are!)

But they’re so darn cute!

 

5 thoughts on “Little Lambies Everywhere

  1. Kerry

    They are cute, and Himself and I are delighted someone else has this hobby, having spent years on Dartmoor doing the very same thing. We can gather quite a flock.
    Well, when we get up to Shetland, I can forsee a Bleaters Club will just have to be set up.
    And ahem (cough) Himself stopped at our local so reading this over a glass of very nice Rose Cheers and here’s to Sprimg having well and truly sprung

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  2. Margaret Robinson

    Remember that they may be cute only because they belong to someone else and live elsewhere! They are adorable.

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  3. darby callahan

    they certainly are adorable. I myself am often tempted to stop and look at the new calves who have just been born in a field I often pass by. My family thinks I am silly but I don’t care!

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  4. Sherry Walter

    My neighbor down the road raises Icelandic sheep and in the spring when my spirits need a lift I go to see her lambs pogo sticking around. Works every time!

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  5. Sam

    Nothing like a lamb springing all over the place. Congrats on the restraint of not “borrowing” a lamb or two or 10.

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