This is my last day of bedrest post epidural steroid injections because I read somewhere that the steroids can do their job better and remain more localised if I stay still.
So, I have been delegating all tasks to my poor family from the comfort of my bed, though I did get up to take an interest in Haakon who is lame, move him to a drier field and to retrieve two errant sheep from the scattald (open hill that surrounds my little croft).
That would be ‘Bert and Ernie (formerly known as ‘Ster) here who made a bid for freedom while OH took the bins out yesterday. They had a night on the hill with the floozy hill ewes.
Meanwhile, Lambie and his Dad were homebods.
I honestly think Puzzah is smiling in this photo!
Puzzah and Lambie were perfectly happy in each other’s company wandering around together.
Obviously there was the optimistic lingering around the front door.
Perhaps it is hereditary?
I took these pics a few days ago. Lambie looking divine, as ever.
Anywho, this morning when I went out to see Haakon, there was a large moorit sheep outside the gate, so I called him over and with the lure of the visible carrot, he came home! ‘Ster followed later after I had waved a bucket.
During my down-time, I have been thinking about my photography. Your kind words have been inspirational and I am still deliberating the best way forward – getting costings for various projects that may well come to naught but I do want to try.
Q1: If you could buy one of my pictures (for example, useable for a 4×6″ postcard) for a pound or a dollar would you and would you buy them often. They would be a download.
Q2: Calendars? Dead in the water or not? A Thordale one or a Shetland pony one or an Icelandic horse one?
Q3: Notelets – apart from me, does anyone use them?