Thursday, September 17

our 5 o'clock ( well six)







pretty much the minute k. gets home we walk the dogs through the pastures. yesterday we went through the corn field. did i tell you we have a corn maize? well we do. k, the dogs and i walked around in it, when i decided to go a different way and so did grace before you knew it we were calling out to each other" are you out yet" i would say yes as i thought is saw the glimpse of an out, but wrong i would yell out "not yet" we found ourselves running in every direction. victory was mine as i was the first to find my way out, then grace, k and sophie how fun was this, in our own backyard! how i wish all our niece and nephews could play, in fact i wish every one could feel like a kid again in the maize!

all the animals are now comfortable with each other, both mike(horse) and clarable are in love with sophie perhaps it is her white as snow color and her sweet and shy demeanor, grace on the other hand thinks she can take down clarable and out run mike! have a wonderful weekend everyone, i am headed to new hampshire for work, leaving the farm and the dogs in friends care i do hope they have a good time here! you might see me pop my head again on sunday!

12 comments:

in another lifetime said...

Fantastic first photo Nadia! I also love the 5th one, it took me awhile to figure out what it was. really cool perspective! Have fun this weekend, i know we will!

montague said...

oh the fun. i have farm envy!

Amanda Nicole said...

I know I've already said it, but I am truly loving living vicariously through these posts. I, too, have serious farm envy :)

cindy* said...

ditto on the farm envy ;) have a wonderful trip!

pippasporch said...

oh, you manage to transport me with every post. there is just something that tugs at my heart so intensely when i see your photos and read your stories... thank you!

sphan said...

what a beautiful life.

~samantha

Hila said...

your photos have such a poetry to them.

Aran said...

beautiful! have a great weekend in NH!

Beverly Ash Gilbert said...

What a great cow portrait - not sure she would think the angle was her best - but oh so sweet!

avant garde said...

i love these daily farm excurions you take us all on! and that cow, he's my favorite. i've always loved looking into cow's eyes. they know things, they really do, you can just see it. (by the way, i don't eat meat either) :)

Johanna said...

Is the cow's name Clarabele? She is a lovely girl! I quite like the portrait of her.
These snapshots into your life on the farm are truly amazing.
I'm loving each post. Thank you!

Bonbon Oiseau said...

i am so happy to see these gorgeous pictures! i will be walking in that corn mase my friend---oh yes i will!!!
good luck with nh--i am thinking about you!