Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Ya, now just incase you want to see my progress...I make a post here when the move is official.
I will keep this site as a back up.
Monday, January 28, 2008
That little item I am refering to is that cow, pig, chicken, sheep (whatever farm animal) kitchen timer. I was sent a link to a couple and they are really cute, and I would like one, I really really need one (ask my rising bread), but I just can't bring myself to spend $10 (ya I know $10 piddly bucks) on one. I guess I should just add it to my "wish list"!!!
Friday, January 25, 2008
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
Everytime I make bread it reminds me that I need to get kitchen timer.... do you think they make sheep, llama, chicken, goat, pig motif ones?
Well let see there was the time I was blown off the porch and into the garbage bags, at about the age of 3. Or the time, that mom took me to get my vaccinations and I kicked and screamed so she being the sweet kind mother she is, picked me up to comfort me, and the nurse or Dr, yanked my drawers down and gave me the shot in the butt. OUCH!!! I layed down in the back seat of the car all the way home, just sobbing. (on my belly of course)Or wait, maybe it is the memory of my pet bunny "thumper" being accidently stepped on by my mom, while he was playing in the house, or no wait maybe it was when I was hit by a car while riding my bike, no it has to be miss-spelling the word NeceSSary at the spelling bee....oh I give up....to many to list!!!
Monday, January 21, 2008
Friday, January 18, 2008
Here is a photo of the calorimetry I made for my daughter. I made it a bit narrower than normal and I like it alot better. I may have to just knit myself up another one.
I also learned how to put the sleeves on Brians sweater yesterday so hopefully I will have some knitting time this weekend. It would be a perfect weekend for it as the weather is suppose to be below zero all weekend and snowy....but we have to split wood again.....procrastination is one of our better traits!!!
In the beginning.....
I fell in love with the llams's they are so regal! I kept "collecting" them, and before I knew it, I had a stud and was breeding. I quickly found that Shetland Sheep were not for me and I purchased more Border Leicesters, eventually I had a flock of about 30 sheep and 10 llama's. In 2004 I sold all but Moe, Baaxter, and two llama's (Estile and Socks), and moved. This was hard to do, but it had to be done.
I still have Moe, Baaxter, Estile and Socks, as well as Estile's two other children, Bahama Llama (Bomber) and Porter. Socks is expecting, the end of June, she is bred to a suri alpaca. Porter is half suri alpaca, also.