måndag 21 mars 2011

I will tell you about life att our farm the last weeks. As days goes to fast and there is much work to do, here comes some updates:-)

I tryed to put the calfs together in a corner so I could take a picture, but it was not so easy to make them stay there:-) Now we had got ten little calfs, still more to com.
They don´t have time to be models. It is so lovely to see how these little calfs runs/ play together. Sorry but my photos of runnins calfs was just to bad to show,lol..

A little feeling of spring, the tomato seeds start to grow.

and ofcause more snow :-(

then some wonderful moment of sun again. I just had to feel the sun shine through the window.

Åke and his dad haveing a little break for something to eat. Foresty work takes energy and need to be refilled.

don´t you think so dad?

Here is the youngest one in our famely, little Mattis. He is just a wonderful little baby, and I am proud to be his aunt.

Åke think Mattis is a beautiful baby too!

My lovely hens are faithful giving eggs.

I was out to early, there is just one egg now but there was four eggs more later on this morning.

Until next time,

3 kommentarer:

  1. More snow...oh my goodness!! This post is just full of cute things, the baby calves, baby Mattis, little Ake and the beautiful Elisabeth. I can't believe those calves wouldn't stand still while you took their picture...lol.

  2. I love reading and viewing pictures about your farm! I was raised around farm animals also: cows, horses, and pigs. We now raise pigeons and horses and have a couple of dogs. I think it is the BEST EVER way to raise children because they learn to be responsible.

    Also, thanks so much for your frequent comments on my quilt blog. When you commented that Dear Jane was probably too hard for you I wish I could live close enough to help you do them. I am only halfway around the world from Sweden. I am certain, however, that there are quilters where you live that could help. I live in a rural area and it is likely that you do as well, so I understand that finding fellow quilters may be difficult.

    You seem like such a neat lady, Elizabeth. I wish you well.

  3. It looks like you have been very busy - lets hope that spring comes to you very soon!