|Maybelline has a nest of lambs!|
My health issues have brought about lots of soul searching. I haven't been sick, exactly, but nevertheless compromised in how I was able to go about my daily life here on the farm. The muscle spasms in my neck and pain in my right hand made life, as I normally live it, completely out of the question. When the blood clot scare happened, I was seriously thinking the time had come to give up my animals and retire (though how one does that, I'm not exactly sure). Luckily, Mike and I made a decision to be much more aggressive about getting medical answers and treatment for my maladies. I've changed my primary care doctor and now I can say that it only took 3 months, but I finally managed to find the proper doctors! Last week mainly consisted of a round of appointments with different specialists. As a result of treatments I received, I am cautiously optimistic that I'm on the right path now. So - enough about all that. Onward ....
|Not quite the garden of my dreams - it will look better in a month or so!|
These warm sunny days find me not sure where to start. There is so much to do. It's the time of year when I'm typically feeling quite overwhelmed by the sheer size of what we try to maintain. I've been through it many times before and I'll calm down soon!
I hope everyone has checked out all the sweet pictures of my lambs that Sara has taken recently. Sara is a gifted photographer and I'm so pleased that my lambs get to be part of her yearly Lamb Camp.