Sunday, April 05, 2009

A Sunny Sunday Afternoon







17 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Another great day on the Farm!!!!! Everyone looks healthy and happy!!!!

Hope you don't get the freezing weather over there. We're going to get it.. YUK!!!

Have a great day tomorrow.
Hugs,
Betsy

Rosa said...

Love all the pics! awwwww.

Barb and Steve said...

Your pics always make me smile :-)

Christy said...

Looks like a wonderful day on the farm!

Amy said...

Nice pictures.

Raggedy Girl said...

All the Farm animals look content. And now I am going soap shopping!

Have A Wonderful Day
from Roberta Anne

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

I always enjoy the photo's around the farm Peggy.

PEA said...

Spring certainly has arrived at Hidden Haven....it's snowing here again today so I really think Mother Nature has forgotten about us! lol Loved all the pictures, sis, the chicks are so darling, as are the bunnies:-) Love ya sis. xoxo

Joy said...

Love your banner!! What sweet little ducklings and great photos!

grammy said...

The babies are so precious. I have been visiting a young farmer mom( Chessychick.wordpress.com) that had a barn fire and lost some creatures. The next day they found a baby goat hiding under a bush. Th ekids named him Lucky. He seems to be helping them to cope.

Mary said...

Peggy,

I love your photos of all the newborn critters on the farm. Those goslings are adorable and I remember how protective geese are when their young are hatched.

I would think that trimming 19 goat's hooves would be a big chore. Farm life is very busy in springtime.

Hope you're enjoying your days. Sunday was a beautiful day but yesterday we had snow and rain and it's still snowing a little this morning. I would love to be visiting you and interacting with all of the animals right now.

Blessings,
Mary

Dana said...

Thanks Peggy for the encouraging words:) The baby chicks are so cute. How long do they sit on the eggs and how do they feed the babies.

Mary said...

I especially love the nubian in pink!

rebel said...

Love your pictures and the new goslin's are adorable.

Rachel said...

Everyone looks relaxed there on the farm, all except the ones getting their hooves trimmed!

Lib said...

Hi Peggy,
Love this post:o)
Hope ya'll have a great wk.
Blessins',Lib

Hot Belly Mama said...

I absolutely love these photos! I have a few chickens that LOVE being in front of the camera and a few others that are shy. Who would have thought?