Two girls off to college this week. One is down in the Twin Cities, one is staying home and going to a two year college instead of high school. They are best friends and they're seperated. My younger one, the one at home, sure misses her sister.
Today promises to be a pleasant day, the sun, a few clouds and near perfect temperatures. Beans to can, fenceposts to pull, a barn to continue to clean, and I'd like to start scraping the house to repaint.
I have found a home for one of my llamas, and I still need to shear the two alpacas. I've just spent my time with them getting to know them and giving them treats. I also have a ram, born this spring, who is completely black with the most fantastic fiber. He's just a doll. I'm keeping him to breed back my ewes and selling the other two at the animal swap next Sunday. I have two Angora goats for sale, also. We still have to put up some hay, but it's awfully late this year, as my honey is working out of state and my neighbor is going to help me after he finishes his hay. Thank you Lord for neighbors.
That's it for a quick update.
Hope all is well and Lord bless.