Well, as I sit here in our living room, writing this blog, it is a balmy 54 degrees INSIDE. When escrow closed on this house, it was March and we didn't move in till May, so there was never any need to run the heater. Had the A/C fixed in July & now the thermostat isn't working and we don't trust the heater. Not knowing the last time it was serviced, I'd rather not die from carbon monoxide poisoning or our house burning down. The heater fixer guy is coming tomorrow to service it, so then maybe I can get the house above 60 degrees. That would be glorious!
Anyways, the sheep were out on a pasture of sedan grass for the past 2-3 weeks. That was wonderful for us to not have to buy any feed. However, it froze here Friday night and so that stops the grazing on sedan since it turns toxic after it freezes. Chris & a few of his friends put of a make-shift pen here at our house until we can get the barn all done. So they are ALL here at home now. It is so nice! I love going out there and watching them.
I help with our town's Fellowship of Christian Athletes on Monday's, so after we finished today, it was off to the feed store to load up the truck. Here are a few pics of the ladies. We should start having babies in late January.
|Love my truck-16 bales and 3 sacks of feed|
|My first ewe I bought while dating Chris-she's crazy|
So glad they are home now!
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