Everything changes so rapidly in the spring. The lambs grow quickly, the irises bloom overnight, the garden gets choked with weeds before you turn around. Here is a random assortment of photos from the past week to give you a glimpse of the fun!
No fuss, no work, just fabulous fragrant flowers every year forever.
This bust exploded in the kiln, so Caroline buried it in my garden as a scarecrow. Creepy.
Bob and Warren caught the oldest lambs for vaccinating and worming.
Bob took this photo for Mother's Day.
Once again, our alfalfa field is taken over by wild mustard. Too wet to mow yet.
Bob readies the east lean-to for lamb vaccinations.
Bob cared for this weak little calf two years ago, and yesterday he did a pregnancy check on her (below) -- positive!
Irises in my favorite new weird vase.