Friday, April 26, 2013

Spring Around the Farm

The weather has warmed and the breezy days are here. 
Spring is such a  glorious season.
The kids have been busy with many projects.
Baby bunnies...


Baby calves, who aren't looking quite like babies anymore.



I think we have baby kittens coming soon.
That one is my fault....I brought home another cat because I can't seem to find our farm cats anywhere. 
They just up and left one day.
We were feeding them, and petting them daily, so I don't know what happened.
I found a free cat at a yard sale, and the next day a tom cat was here.


Beatrice is about a year old...I just thought I had more than a day to bring her into the vet :).
That's OK...kittens will be fun!

The apple trees have blossoms...


My garden is slowly growing.
Oh, I can't wait for fresh vegetables!

Kids spend the day in the water.
They think it is summer :).

The sandbox turns into a myriad of ponds and rivers.


Chip, our pony, is getting a little more exercise in.

Life right now is like looking at everything for the first time.
Fresh perspective.
New growth in us and around us.

Hope your day is warm and wonderful!

~Julia

7 comments:

Mandy said...

Julia, your yard and farm are just lovely! We dream of land like this, it's fun to live vicariously through you ;)Blessings!

2busy said...

You are living my dream...I always enjoy your pictures and a little glimpse into life in the country.

Kaitlin @ Homemaker Design said...

Oh my goodness - I have never seen such small baby bunnies!! And your cat - she's gorgeous!! I love when winter turns to Spring.

Praying for you this Spring...so much new and yet still hard...♥

Gumbo Lily said...

Those are the cutest baby bunnies. We just lost the last of the snowmen to a sunny day and some wind. It felt very spring-like today.

Bevy said...

Oh Julia - what a beautiful "SpringY" post..

Loving life "life" through your eyes..is tis just so "peaceful"?

I'm sure not always... but you know what I mean.

I was reading your - ABOUT ME - section there on your sidebar... and it just made me smile. It is so you!
and true.

Joe and Heather said...

Love the spring pictures--we're not quite there yet but we're looking forward to it!

Alycia @ Hunting Creek Homestead said...

Ha! We have similar mud puddles turned rivers and ponds. My boys are in the water hose everyday all summer long. They dug a huge pit and made a "mud bath". Good fun.

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