Cheryl you have certainly been posting images of Natures Tonics to warm the heart! Such blessings these wonderful babies are! I am seeing baby colts here and shall post one soon!Love love love these images that you post! hugs NG xo
I will look forward to the colts naturegirl.Hope your sun stillshines.lol
Hi Cheryl,Lambs, primroses ,bees and nesting birds, what more could we want. I love this time of year and only wish it could last longer.Like your post on the mason bees, the senile bit tickled me...Cheers Mark
beautiful as always...Mason will love this "baby" lAMB....love your new header it`s beautiful Cheryl:)x
Hi MarkTka for dropping by....Glad you like the mason bee post....yes lot to be said for woman always working and going slightly mad at the end of it!!!!!Hi TerrieWe all love lambs, don't we.I love the header to, took that photo about two years ago now.
I have thoroughly enjoyed catching up with your posts since I was last here, Cheryl...beautiful spring blooms a-plenty, copious numbers of birds and these lovely photos of lambs. What a treat to stroll through your amazing garden sanctuary! I like the look of your bee homes as well. I'll need to get some for our garden too. Congratulations on your second award too! :)
Bees, flowers and lambs, spring has definitely sprung in your area. Aren't lambs the sweetest things?? I like your header picture too. What kind of butterfly is it?
Hi wildlife gardenerTku so much for dropping by. I am glad you like the garden. every garden reflects the gardener. I have such a sense of peace here, I am very lucky.Hi LisaThe lambs are beautiful aren't they. The butterfly is an Argus Brown, I believe.Tks for dropping by.
New lambs really do say spring almost better than the flowers do. Thanks for these shots.
Brucesc....Tks for dropping by. I think you are right about the lambs. Will pop over to your blog sometime.
Cheryl, I can't keep up with your posts! I love them all.Hey, on my way to work today I drove by the sheep farm and saw about TEN lambs socializing near the roadside. Sweet, sweet, sweet! I wanted to stop and linger for a while.
Hi MaryIn our busy life style these days there just isn't enough time is there. I so often see something and think I would just like to stop there just for a short while. Hey but one day Mary, our time will come!
oh, lambs!!how wonderful, cheryl.. thank you for posting these photos, they've really cheered up my day :-)
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