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Saturday, April 13, 2013

L Is For Lambs


Photo taken while out and about today.
Clifton, Ohio

They've lost their heavy wool winter coats!
The shearer must have been making rounds!
They were laying in the green grass, taking
an afternoon siesta.
I guess they're really sheep.
But I need an L!  Yeah, they're lambs!
That's my story and I'm sticking to it! haha.

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51 comments:

  1. I love lambs especially little lambs!

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    1. I really wanted to see lambs! They should be born soon!

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    1. Pat is at his own mat, answering my comment! ha.

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  3. Pat is here now
    With a little meow
    And lamb instead of sheep
    With your A to Z peep
    Sheep are find by me
    Cows on the other hand are really stinky

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    1. it was kind of cheating
      but time was fleeting!
      hahaha.

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    2. One of those days
      At your maze

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    3. I have no drafts in waiting
      and your 90 there, I'm hating.
      hahaha.

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  4. Love your new header, just lovely!!

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    1. thank you...I took that picture this afternoon. Little buds of green...looks so nice!
      And I loved that photo of your family with your blog friend from New Zealand! The lovely Gloria with the mister and twins! So nice!

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    2. ha! thanks Betsy the twins had a nice time with the kids of Alessandra and we talk all night wit Alessandra ha!

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    3. And what language did you all chat in?

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    4. we speak in english with Alessandra and she is italian but she lives msny times in new Zealand the kids talk in english I think lol

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  5. I love the "lamb" shot - so peaceful. The new header is great too!

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    1. It was a grey cold day today...and sometimes without sunshine, it is really fun to take photos. I almost feel like I don't compete with the sunlight! ha. I'll have to keep my eye on this farm and get some photos of real lambs. haha.

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    1. very picturesque, isn't it? We really greened up with the rain this week! We were back to cold weather today, though!

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    2. sounds like our weather. the green is a lovely change though!

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  7. oh Betsy. look Pat dont madr me ppfft! like others timed:(

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    1. I noticed that! What's wrong with him? haha.

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  8. Every one of them is a former lamb. I'll take it!
    Our weather got almost pleasant this afternoon! Actually, it was quite pleasant, and also quite muddy.

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    1. a former lamb. hahaha...perfect!

      That was our day yesterday! I have windows open! Today was 40 degrees colder!

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  9. I love sheep, young or old, I love sheep, I do not eat them though!

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    1. I've only eaten lamb a few times...it was good but just different enough for me not to choose it as a favorite.

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  10. Betsy, you stick to to that story!! I'll back you up! I love little lambs, but don't tell Laurie, I also love Leg of Lamb...Shhh!

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    1. haha...I won't tell! I have made lamb chops before that were pretty good!

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    2. Forgot to tell you how nice the new banner and new buds of life look!!! Maybe your Spring is one the way!

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  11. of course they are lambs...smiles...they are cute you know...
    we dont get much in the way of lambs here...lots of cows...
    happy saturday bets

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    1. I think I'd rather have lambs...lol....
      happy saturday to you, bri...

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    1. haha..thanks for calling them lambs. lol....
      I think I got away with it!

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  13. Sweet...they look so contented as they enjoy the spring day.

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    1. don't they? makes me relaxed just watching them.

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  14. These photos are absolutely adorable Betsy. I love wee lambs in the Spring.

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  15. beautiful photo, cute 'lambs'. I like your header photo too!

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    1. thanks, christine...nice and grey, like I like it! ha. We've had gloomy grey weather most of the week...and cold!

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  16. Well...how cute is that!
    Great shot, Betsy...
    At least the grass is green!!!
    Love the header...can't get mine to fit!!! What size do you use??

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. I make the header 1200 pixels wide...have to resize it or make it from two photos in a collage form without borders. Hope that makes sense. Anyway, the 1200 is the size you need.

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  17. Well, they used to be little lambs and now they are grown up lambs.
    Still lambs and what a pretty photo!

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  18. What a peaceful scene! Beautiful and the tree is majestic!

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    1. I thought it was peaceful, too....very relaxing!

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    @JLenniDorner
    (And yes, I see you have more than 300 followers. But I do not care! I loved your blog to much to pass you by!)

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    1. Thank you, Lenni! You're very kind. I looked on your blog, but couldn't find that anywhere but I'm honored anyway! :)

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  20. I'm sure that sheep still have that inner lamb dwelling inside them : )
    They always remind me of peace. Make me think of the pictures o f Jesus holding the lamb. So comforting.

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    1. inner lamb....lol...you crack me up! Yes, very peaceful!

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  21. I just saw some sheep thus morning on my daily run. And some lambs too, so cute they were, looking at me sheepishly ;) as I passed them by, all I wanted was to run over there and pick up those cute babies.;)
    My morning jogs are becoming moments of many wondrous encounters.;)
    xoxo

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  22. Oh, I'll bet there is a little teeny lamb stuck somewhere there in the middle.

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