Honestly, I have not fallen in a hole somewhere! I am experiencing one of my well planned periods of time where absolutely nothing goes as planned.
My stitches came out last week and my hand looks fabulous (if I do say so myself). In fact, it looks so fabulous that my husband talked me in to having the surgery on my other hand now, rather than waiting until June. June was chosen because it would be after the Kentucky Sheep and Fiber Festival and well before the serious wedding preparations got going. So, tomorrow morning is the scheduled left hand surgery. Which means I will most likely be out of it for a few days again and I'm still not allowed to do barn chores.
The picture was taken on a rare day of sunshine. Central Kentucky has had more snow already than we usually have for a whole winter......and there is more on the way tonight. I love the look at that girl's face turned soaking up that little bit of sun. She looks so content and peaceful. Somehow I managed to sneak up close enough to get this picture before they saw me. I have to say, I miss seeing all the girls twice a day right now and am anxious to get back to the regularly scheduled program around here.
Someone be sure to remind me of that around the end of February when I'm tired of hauling hay to all of them.