It's true. I am a farm girl wanna-be. That is why when I hear the cows lowing in the field behind the woods, I get happy. That is why when I have dirt under my fingernails and overalls on, I am comfortable. That is why, since I don't live on a farm, I like to read about and look at pictures of things agricultural. That is why today I particularly enjoyed these two items online:
Sunday lambing by Kristin Nicholas, which has wonderful pictures of the birth of a lamb on her sheep farm not far from where we used to live in Massachusetts.
And this video, which is my dear daughter riding Apollo, a gorgeous Percheron/Thoroughbred cross that she and her husband, Luke, helped to train. Apollo is now for sale but he'll go fast. Scroll down this page to the first horse on the Sales list to read more about Apollo.
That's the farm life fix for today. Tomorrow I'm putting on my overalls and planting seeds in the garden! In January???!!!! Yep. Gotta love North Carolina!