Several of us CVGs (Central Virginia Girls)on Ravelry, drove out to beautiful Palmyra on Saturday. The weather was perfect-sunny, cloudless, and not too hot/cold....perfect weather for visiting Juniper Moon Farm and meeting their flock of sheep and angora goats. Juniper Moon is home of the "LambCam". Go to their website and check it out!
We had to feed them, of course...
..and meet Ernie, the Hunk of Cotswold.
Then we went over and sat down with the flock while they grazed. Aren't the kids adorable?
Judy managed to get one settled onto her lap. He stayed there for such a long time, we forgot he was there! I think Judy would have liked to slip him into her bag and bring him home!
The joy of the day was compounded upon arriving home and checking the mailbox. My Moonfleet KAL yarn arrived from The Unique Sheep. It's their Eos yarn in Seashell Gradiance.
What's the perfect ending for a perfect day? I didn't have to cook dinner! Here's hoping for many more of the same!
Sunday, April 11, 2010
Saturday, April 3, 2010
Spring....flowers...warm weather....breezes blowing....remembering loved ones and Easter traditions...
DH's 1950's vintage basket-still in use by DS#2(soon to be 18)
My 1960's vintage basket-still in use by DS#3 (also soon to be 18)
...and a new basket - a gift from dear Janice, my friend and knitting guru.
...wait a minute...there's more than chocolate in this basket...that's not green Easter grass peeking through...
...Great Jumping Jelly Beans.....lookie what Easter Bunny Janice hid inside that sweet little basket!
...I was totally surprised and am 100% blessed to have such a wonderful friend.Thank you dear Janice...and a Blessed Easter season to all.