Monday, February 25, 2008

NOT what I had planned for today.

There were a ton of kits I had wanted to get mailed out today. A ton.

For some reason, I couldn't seem to get anything finished today. I didn't waste time knitting, I didn't watch tv, or read a book, or sleep in, or watch a movie....

But I DID take a walk through the pasture this morning. I'm not completely certain, but I think this is what caused my problems today. Yes, now that I think about it, I'm pretty sure that the pasture walk was definately the root of my lack of completed and mailed kits today.

First, I found these:


Then, when I went back out to bring them in the space in the barn I'd made for them, I found THIS:

Frankly, I'm afraid to go out again.

12 comments:

georg said...

Lambs don't come when it's convenient. Murphy guarantees it. Good luck with your sanity.

sharon said...

well, at least your own children didn't multiply.
They are so sweet. I'll accept that as a reason to delay

Anonymous said...

Oooooohhhh, but you have to go out again and again! You must! They are soooo sweet! I want more lambikin pictures, please, please, please.

Lawre said...

What a start to the week!! moon is the right place and all that stuff!! I love baby pictures-The kits will wait, but babies will not!!!!

Eryn said...

Babies! They are so precious. Nothing makes me smile like lambs running around in a spring time pasture...

Glenna said...

That's what we get for ordering kits during lambing season!

Rabbitch said...

Hmph. I never get anything that cute when ~I~ go out.

I saw a bear once, though. Does that count?

Those are the sweetest little lambs ever. I think you should go out again.

innermonologues said...

Awwwwwwww!!! But totally worth canning your plans for! And you know, this just means more fleece for our voracious habits right? (and I assume more "food" for some - although I have to admit, I don't like to think of that.....)

I agree with others - more pics!

Astrid said...

Are you saying those lambs are TRIPLETS? Talk about your efficient farming practices!

Amy said...

My mom has asked me to stalk you. She's Rena, glassneedle on ravelry, and she met you at Paneras on Long Island is is "renting" one of your sheep. She said that you might need some help skeining up some yarn and since I apparently live near you, she is volunteering me for the job. So here I am, stalking you. BOO!

I'll leave a note on ravelry too.

Lynne said...

OMG! You're still dyeing Booze colors, Cleo colors, upcoming Firebird colors, and LAMBING is starting??? Tell Lisa she needs to knit you up a clone, immediately! I realize this is a difficult task, but if anyone can do it, it's Lisa.

Anonymous said...

my kit turned up today and I just wanted to thank you. it was absolutely worth the wait and I have the weekend to look forward to, now that I can make a start. Much love from Cheshire, UK. Sue