I should mention, Ellie's litter is doing wonderfully. Elvira, sweet darling doe that she is, has found a wonderful home with a great new family, and is bound for a life full of happily ever afters. :-) She took with her the beautiful Chestnut buck from Stormy's litter, and although I miss them both, I couldn't be more thrilled with their new home. Truly a blessing to find wonderful homes that are worry free for me, each time it happens I find myself so grateful to have gotten to share the Joy these lovely bunnies share with me every day.
If I get a moment this week, I'll try to make another blog post with pictures of Ellie's babies, Jubilee, Cascade and Pearl Harbor. They are maturing into gorgeous young Juniors, and I'm very excited to see how they fare at Nationals.
Spring has sprung, baby goats are being delivered daily, a beautiful litter of Sheltie puppies make everyone grin, tons of mud that accompanies heavy spring rains has replaced the dead grass that was once frozen, the trees are beginning to bud and flower, and the last spring litter of baby rabbits is already 3 weeks old. Time flies, the babies grow, Show tables loom, future grand-champions need groomed, and I fall more in love with the farm (even the chores) every year. I am sorry I haven't been better about keeping up with updates here on the website, I have had 2 big weddings that have to be prepared for in the next 3 weeks, and 2 weeks after that I'm off to Angora Nationals. Each year gets busier, so please forgive the tardy and maybe less chatty updates. If you have questions or comments though, I do keep up with emails so don't hesitate to contact me anytime. So glad you could stop by!