Yes, I have been neglecting this blog and reading yours, but it's been hectic at work and busy at home.
- Huberta is smelling a lot better after her day at the car-spa but we are not out of the woods yet. There is still a whiff around. The really crappy thing is that I can not put my air conditioning on for another week or so as to avoid the smell (and bacteria) spreading to the A/c. And we are at 31C temperatures already.
- Little man L had a nice all night puking session on Tuesday night. Poor kids was so tired yesterday, but recovering well.
- Book club was over at our place on Tuesday night - it was a great success. I think I will do a post about it and also with basic bookclub principles to start one as I have been asked about it on this blog before.
- Work is hectic at present, home life is also. Hence my apologies to all for not catching up on yours. I suspect I will have to abandon to catch up and just read everybody's newest post.
When Cat suggested Spring as our theme for this week, my initial thought, as most people's would be, was to photograph flowers - isn't that the epitomy of spring? SO i did. But then this evening on the way up our drive i noticed this newborn calf sleeping quietly - and that's when I knew he would be my Spring photograph. Calving and spring go hand in hand, here on our farm, as does lambing. But if there is one thing I cannot resist, it is a newborn calf. They are just so cute. Long gangly legs, big mouths and all soft and fluffy. Not your traditional 'spring' photo - but i love it!
I just love that picture of the little claf and the way the whole frame is filled. And the angle is just right. I just want to give it a little hug.
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