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Daisy Dog working the new Jacobs

On Wednesday late afternoon/early evening we went to collect for more Jacob ewes.The lady we got them from was fantastic. She has been a shepherd for 30 years and had so much knowledge and information that she shared freely. 246 more words


Cabbage, Cheese, and Bread Stew: a tale of success and another epic fail

I know there have been a lot of recipes here and not much in the way of the smallholding or garden – my excuse is that I have been working a lot and it has been raining ALL THE TIME! 838 more words


One year more.

25th November 2014.

It’s been a year. A year. One long and pretty trying year!

365.25 days since I traveled to the LGI to have an ‘open vessel’ in my heart closed in order to preserve my heart, so that it wouldn’t go into failure and eventually put me on the transplant list. 1,113 more words

Learning Curve

“Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment. Full effort is full victory.”

Now I’m not a quote person, I don’t walk around quoting Gandhi about the trials and tribulations of life to inspire myself and others around me, I’m not that wise. 701 more words

Die Cutter

Dribbling with My Head Up: Something I'm Trying

Yesterday afternoon I attended a little seminar our church hosted on becoming more engaged with the kids in our lives. It was led by a guy named Dan Webster and was called KidUnique–you can… 500 more words

My Unclutter: Time

The Jacob Ram has arrived

On Monday evening we went to collect a Jacob ram that we are borrowing from a friend. He is a handsome fellow and was apparently very successful last year so we have high hopes for some cute Jacob lambs in the spring. 129 more words