Sunday, January 2, 2011


                                                                       " I a Wobber"

Christmas Moments!

 I am not going to leave much to say, these pictures can speak for themselves.

 Blessing as St. Lucia, for our celebration, candles were put out early since they were not behaving this year. (Candles, the kids were fine)

Monday, September 27, 2010

animals by Sam

Ivy and her son, I love how he got the crossed heads! cute
Leo, our black and white percheron

Gabe, the Ram

I have not been taking enough photos lately, I cannot find the camera very often! I have a few budding photographers around here. (And a Ram who needs to go on a diet, obviously.)

Monday, September 13, 2010

F.H. photos

I love Fair Haven, I will put more of these on later.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Honey bees!

Here we are, starting with Samuels honey bees. We were outside all day and didn't even get lunch until 3:30! When the bees got here I was so scared, I had to take the box from the UPS driver and I could see all the bees inside and they were buzzing and I have always been afraid of bees! This is Samuels thing, right? WHY was he handing them to me? Anyway, i took the bees and held them up to the sun and they were so beautiful! With the light shining thru them, their abdomens were glowing as if they were made of honey, instead of the honey makers. And, I fell in love with them, I helped as much as I could with setting up, but you can see from the photos, I didn't have to be far away, the bees were so gentle. Joe kept bees for 12 years and he said he has never seen such gentle honey bees. Susie, you are totally right about the Italian bees! We only ended up with them because they were the only ones we could still find for sale, maybe that was Gods plan all along. Samuel really needed this right now, and I can see his smile, even under the bee veil!

Thursday, April 29, 2010

These eggs

Once upon a time, on a little farm, on a big hill, where a family takes care of sheep, these eggs were found.
They were found by a dog, who sniffed them out, and that was the only way they could be found, because as you can tell, in the next photo, there is no way to see them, even if you are standing right next to them.

These magically sniffed out Killdeer eggs were visited by all in the land, and carefully observed day after day, until the Killdeer momma became trusting of the children and no longer flies away to scold from a tree, but just hops a short way away in the grass and soaks up with pride the admiring comments of the family that cares for the sheep, on the big hill, on the little farm, where the eggs were found.

NOT the end

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Happy Springtime!

We are having so much fun! Happy Springtime.