I did so good the first year of blogging keeping up with things and posting everyday. Lately though, I feel like I barely sit down and if I do, I don’t sit down with my computer. Then my computer got sick. I mean some kind of crazy virus that didn’t allow us to log in. My boys freaked out. I had no idea what to do. Thankfully my youngest Denton found what is called a FIXME STICK. It plugs into to your USB port and then cleans your computer. Again, thankfully, it worked! We can now log in and use the computer. So here is a little bit of an update about what has been going on.
So that pretty much gets us through the month of June. It’s been busy and I hope I have a chance to get back on here again before July is over, but if not, be well and enjoy the beauty that is all around you!
I have been noticing lately that there is some unusual looking bellies in the barn yard.
Dolly has rounded out and bag appears to be filling up.
Diana appears to also be filling a little bag and getting round.
Even Janet has more of bag than she has.
I had the bucks in with them in June so they could be due the 1st of November until the 19th of December. Not really my ideal time to be having kids, but with so many of my does not getting breed this spring I wanted to try to get some kids on the ground. I guess we will see how this works.
Today was one of those beautiful spring days when I wanted to get a lot done. So I did. I started the day by taking Madelyn and Niece#2 to school early for Plyos and to leave for an FCCLA trip to the state convention. Upon my return, got the boys up and ready for breakfast and then off to do chores. Everybody, as usual, was up and running around anxiouxly awaiting me.
After chores, I decided to check up on our tummy growth. I think the earliest we will have any kids is after May 1st. Ugh.
After working on cleaning out the barn, running to the post office, bank, grocery store, gas station, and a bite to eat, I was back at it. I got the fence up and working across the road for the boys. I had hoped they would run and stretch their legs, but no. They barely picked up their heads to look at me. Needless to say they were pretty happy with their new arrangement.
Finally after cleaning out more of the barn and working on getting the mower started, Landon was ready to work with his rabbits.
We are working on leash training so we can try rabbit hopping this year. We even found a couple things to set up so George could try jumping them. He did ok, but was definitely more interested in the grass. Maybe next time. He really didn’t mind the leash and was very good for Landon. Piper even came and licked him a couple times! Over all it was a very productive spring day, and I am feeling it tonight. Think it it about time for bed.