Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Not newborns....

Everywhere we go, we see newborn calves...well, not just newborn, but ones very, very young.  And one or two that I think were literally just born.  But we are never at a place to stop.  So I ran across this old photo and thought I would post it.
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I finished a couple crumb blocks this morn and I patched a pair of Roger's jeans this evening...the only sewing I have done in a couple or three days.  It was fun.  I actually took my time and did a neat job.   I really don't mind the patching, it is when the material gets so far gone that there is nothing left to patch to that I find patching a chore.
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It got windy, or what we thought was windy as we came home yesterday, but it did not hold a candle to the wind today.  It was there when I woke and though it may have slowed down some, it was till strong.  All day long.    And it felt like it was direct from an iceberg.  I am not sure if it got above 50º today.  Such a change from yesterday's shirtsleeve weather.

8 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Lots of newbies around. We see more Lambs here and more calves where Cheri is.
MB

Gill - That British Woman said...

blowing a gale here and barely got above freezing all day. haven't seen any calves around here yet, I am guessing they are indoors due to the cold temperatures.

CatTales said...

Sweet photo. This is the time of year when everyday's weather is different. Take care and enjoy the day.

Linda Kay said...

The calves are some of my favorite animals, and I love the baby goats we are seeing all the time now.

Sandra said...

love those cow faces and oh no on the wind. i don't mind it when under 25 but above that i don't like at all

Betsy Adams said...

It's a perfect time of year to see lots of newborns. Can't wait to see some little Bambi's in our area...

The one critter I do NOT like to see in spring are the squirrels... They multiply like chipmunks... The squirrels drive us crazy at the bird feeders... Oh Well--tis life...

After several warm days, we were in the 30's this morning. Felt even colder...

Hugs,
Betsy

Marie said...

Sweet little calves. Glad you got some sewing done. I too am still sewing as much as I can.

EG CameraGirl said...

It has been quite windy here too, but it helps dry up the snow and puddles so I have to think positively about it. ;)

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