Sunday, March 9, 2014

Hints of spring on the farm

I am frankly besotted with living in a rural community.

Living in community with other people is amazing.
I was born a city kid but now I'm rural to the core.

So when my neighbor's goats kidded this weekend and she needed help bottle feeding them I ran right over.

Even day-old baby goats can leap so fast you can hardly capture it with a camera.

Early spring and the new life it brings is amazing.

This little one snuggled right in and guzzled the bottle I offered.

And then I noticed her nose, a perfect little pink heart.

Going back to feed goats again tomorrow, hurrah!

I think the farm look is going to show up with me in May when I set up the annual New York show…
just can't get past the glories of living in a land of rich soil and people who embrace it.

Farm life is the real deal.
Authenticity is so attractive…

Just as wonderful as a barnyard full of baby lambs or goats and chicken scratching in the garden.


Sharon Hermens said...

I agree!

Sara said...

"Besotted" is such a wonderful word! I am besotted with that little baby goat, whose nose looks just like a little pink heart.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

So amazing! Baby goats and lamb signal spring is on its way!

Debbie Nolan said...

Sharyn - these pictures are sweet - I can see why you rushed over to help. Have a great week.

Anonymous said...

Springtime.... A touch of Gods love <3
Hug from Tina