It’s almost unreal. The temperatures have been very kind to us, although it’s disconcerting when I think that we are in the middle to the end of February, and really it’s not too normal for weather like this (40s approaching 50). But there is nothing to be done about it, so we are enjoying it!
The animals are enjoying it as well, although the snow is still so deep that their movement is curtailed a bit. We are watching our girls like hawks, and this afternoon we noticed that Betsy, our yearling, is losing her “mucous plug” today. So it won’t be long and she will be having her baby. Hard to tell how long it might be, but I would expect it to be in the next 24 hours, hopefully sooner.
While waiting for babies a few of us have been getting ready for the SPA NETA spin and knit weekend coming up, this weekend! I am supposed to be heading down to Freeport (Maine) tomorrow so that we can get the ballroom ready for the vendors, as they will be coming in on Friday to set up their wares. The big kick-off is Friday evening, so we are all getting excited. It’s a great weekend full of fun and folks we may not see from one end of the year to the other. And Freeport is full of fiber-loving people everywhere you look (every hotel common area is crammed with knitters, crocheters, and spinners. Awesome!).
So we watch and wait. I was supposed to go to a dual birthday luncheon tomorrow before heading down to Freeport (a good friend and I have February birthdays), but we shall see how things progress here with our Betsy. She is a peach, but a first freshener, so we really want to monitor her closely.
More news soon, I hope!