The winter doldrums have settled upon us. My mind is overfull, but nothing makes it onto the keyboard. It all just flows away and freezes in the cold, leaving even more blank whiteness. Am I the only one?
Help me out here folks....is there something you would like to hear about? Questions you are dying to ask? I am in dire need of a little inspiration.
Even the donkeys have been quiet lately.
Guess I'm no big help. Not much happening here either. I've taken to spending more time off the keyboard and trying to get out to the woods for a good break from cabin fever.ReplyDelete
Brrr! They all look like they are tired of winter. Have a great day- maybe the sun will shine and it will warm up a bit. We are expecting a bit of snow here..but I doubt it will happen.ReplyDelete
More walks in the woods!ReplyDelete
You are an inspiration, all by yourself. What "inspired" you to live on a farm in upstate, snowy New York?ReplyDelete
you need to move where there is less snow and more sunshine DiReplyDelete
Love your blog. but don't ever comment. Hate to see you frozen, but it is perfectly understandable. Thought I should at least comment this time to let you know that there are people out here who love reading you daily, but just "freeze" when it comes to commenting. Please keep your posts coming!ReplyDelete
Your herd is looking beautiful and photogenic as always. Thanks for the update on Connor and boundary training with the equines. That's a subject I am following with interest as we have the word out to get dogs again and have the same issue of keeping everyone separate (dogs and donkeys) and safe.ReplyDelete
Your little assistant looks cold, too.... I'm just so glad you are still posting... and what a contrast with yourReplyDelete
Ah yes, those winter doldrums. They haven't hit me yet, but we're having a very mild winter, and it's rather spring-like. Tomorrow it could all change. Your beautiful, fuzzy animals give me inspiration. Every time I see their sappy sweet little faces...they really are adorable you know? Love your pics, and hope you find inspiration soon.ReplyDelete
I'd like to know if you work or are retired and if you did or do have a job - what is it? You would have made a fantastic large animal vet.ReplyDelete
Do you have an emergency kit in your car in case you break down? What are your preparations for this weather? Do you get snowed in? Maybe you have a story about that? I can't imagine driving on those roads.ReplyDelete
Why don't you warm us all up a bit and re-hash hay making two years ago with the great pics at FBs?ReplyDelete
Remind us that summer will be here again!!! Or tell us again why fat donkeys are a bad thing and what can happen as a result.
How about a Beaver story? Got one? :)
Just found your blog through HayNet! And ... omg the donkeys are ADORABLE!!ReplyDelete
Any new barn kitties yet? Anything new with ridding buddy's mustang? How about a snowman for Ramsey to play with?ReplyDelete
Most of the time you don't need words. Your pictures are so adorable. Your blog is always great! I can always go back and read the story you wrote about the hunter you ran into pumping gas one morning. Seriously! :)ReplyDelete
What's going on inside? Cooking anything special? Pictures from the road on the way to the grocery or feed store. Any visiting bunnies or birds? Any special heirlooms with a story? Has Connor learned any tricks? Everyone's favorite topic--what's the price of gas there ;-)ReplyDelete