This is a short and sweet post.. I did my stretches and made a strong coffee (which would be about the average for most) and went.. All right then.. Lets do this..
I need to shear Ice, her wool did not come off nicely, it was a battle but she is much cooler and I have her in lock down and I will give her a finishing trim before she joins the flock again..
I had to do Junor.. he was my practise run.. not bad.. not bad..
But then came Whiskey, the fleece that I have the biggest plans for, it was the best job I have done to date with my new shears (which by the way, will get their own post in the fall as they are a improvement on the farm item)..
He is fine condition under that o so huge coat of his.. and I got it off in one full piece! YES…
Its good practise as I am looking forward to doing the lambs this fall.. For sure this young ram lamb, loving his black wool.
And he has the cutest bib. 🙂
he is very handsome
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Hi Coralee You are correct, sometimes I am better then others. And I have gotten better at using the spell check (most of the time) but having said that..
I promise that I will continue to make mistakes in spell, grammar and missing words. I often do go back and fix mistakes when I re-read things.
Its a double edged sword, If I get my husband to proof-read and correct my posts, my regular readers have said they can tell and the readings lose “my voice” and if I do it myself.. well.. as you can see.. my lovely form of dyslexia shows itself.
If you choose to continue to come and read, welcome 🙂