Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Short Visit to the Farm

A week ago Saturday, serendipity stepped in and I was able to get out to my daughter's farm, where I finally saw the many little lambs that have arrived this spring. My goodness, but they grow so fast. In pictures they appear so small, but in a matter of a few weeks, they are quite big. They are so sweet. I could watch them for hours.
It was a little chilly Saturday, but the rain held off until the trip home.

For some reason, I didn't take a whole lot of pictures.
Guess I was too busy just watching.
The day was cool, but it was wonderful to see all my lamb grandbaabies.


I have been having a few rough days, but am doing much better. New meds sometimes can 
do a number on you, and I was struggling with trembling hands, major indecision(staring at the closet trying to decide what to wear, for 15 minutes as an example), dizziness, and low Blood Pressure. Not fun. Since the side affects of the new pill was too much, the search is on for a different one. I apparently am very sensitive to drugs, which is good or bad depending on how you look at it.

It is a new week, and I am managing to feel a bit better, but have yet to really take interest in things I want to do. I do what I have to, and hopefully as the days go by, and the sun shines more than the rain falls, I will begin to do more things. Depression is a thorn in the side, but I am in hopes that this low session has passed and brighter days are ahead.

As I type there is a great amount of noise over my head. We are getting our roof shingled. So many shingles blew off through the winter, I began to wonder if there were any left up there. I guess there were enough to keep the snow off the upstairs ceiling, but it will be nice to have the roof done (if the rain holds off).


  1. i think that lambs are about the cutest in the animal kingdom.Hope you feel better soon.Depression is a hard road to be on.I've walked down it a ways myself in the past.

    1. Unless you've walked the same path it is difficult to understand what a person is going through. I am a bit better now, with another new med, but still don't feel quite right. The lambs and seeing my daughter really brightened my day that's for sure. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Sorry you haven't been doing too well, Bonnie. Many blessings for brighter days ahead. The whole medicine side-effect quandary thing can be so challenging for many. As for shingling your roof, that's quite a job. We're having that done this summer. It's been way too long, and a new roof is utterly needed. Weekend hugs...

    1. Thank you Kathy. It is good to have the roof finished. As for meds, I am hoping that things will level out now. Good luck with your roof, and I'm sending hugs back to you. I'm so happy you are blogging again. You are one of the first I followed when I began this blog.

  3. The new header photo is a great shot of spring on the farm for sure! :)
    Come back and see the babes soon! <3 ...and Nancy says "Hello" :-)

    1. Thanks Heather. It is not centred but I can't seem to change it. I was surprised it was as big as it was. Please say hello to Nancy from me, the next time you see her. It was great to have the second visit, with Dawn.