A Typical Sunday at Gullringstorp and one Untypical Event
After a couple of unpleasant days of wind and rain, we finally have had a beautiful day, today! The sun was out, the wind was not a major factor, and everyone was able to enjoy being outdoors. Everyone!
Everyone was happy to be out. Keriana, Alika, Pumpkin and two of our boys, Balder and Baby Boy. The little girls Chiyoko, Nakoa and Nanna were under the shelter.
Frida and her twin daughters enjoyed some time out in the baby yard in the sun
One of Frida's daughters eating a strawberry plant, already at 20 days old!
Frida's girls having a fine time out today
Once back in the stable, this little one decides on a snack before nap time
Hilda's turn to be out in the yard with her two little ones
Little Peanut loves being outside
Peanut following her brother Little Man ( temporary name, may not stick)
Hilda enjoying fresh grass
All that leaping and twirling in the air, makes a little fellow thirsty
Peanut loves her greens now
Back inside the stable fro some quiet time with mommy. Good girl Hilda!
This is Bugsy our Oscar, up to now, a calm member of our tank. Today he decided to eat our weather eel that we had for 4 years! Not a typical event on a Sunday.
Tasha taking it easy in the living room
Pip taking an afternoon rest near his favorite fish tank ( we have 5)
My daughter's cat Juliet found a sun spot to have her rest in
My daughter's other cat, Pumpkin also found a sun spot for her nap time
Little Lady decides it's a day for trip out and about the house
Little Lady's movements never go unnoticed. Pip has to make sure she is alright.
She is off toward the kitchen to have a drink from her dog Max's dish
Max has to clean her up first before she reaches the kitchen
After other chores around the farm, it is time for lawn mowing
More lawn. More mowing
More lawn !!!!!!
Oh dear, more lawn !!!!!
All our chickens were out and about today. Here are our Brahma chickens ( no names yet)
Fluffy Henny and Penny were out enjoying the sunshine
Topsy and Turvy and their rooster Bojangles head for the food
Three Dutch Crested Whitehead chickens at the food tray
Must be yummy!
That has been our Sunday here at Gullringstorp.
Pumpkin is still not showing any signs of impending labor. I really think she will deliver either the end of August or the first week of September. I will keep you “posted” .