And now we are three. This past Wednesday, Twig and her doeling went up to live with their new family in Temple, Maine. They seem like lovely people, and Twig and her baby are settling right in.
It’s definitely much quieter around here, for sure! Remaining are two bucklings, both Eleganza’s, and one of Saffron’s doelings who is supposed to be going to a woman nearby. They are busy little bees, and all seem just fine without their moms. The two boys are quite the boisterous duo, and Olive (which is what I call the doeling), stays out of their way as much as she can!
No interest yet in the bucklings, but we shall see. Most folks don’t begin thinking about a herd sire until closer in to the autumn when its time to think about getting that started.
And so it goes! In the meantime, last week I took a lovely class at the local fabric shop (Alewives Fabrics) and learned the basics of English paper piecing (a different type of quilting technique). I love it! I will post some photos when I get a little more done. We are having a lazy Sunday, enjoying the cooler less humid air that came in over night. Delightful after the humidity and torrential storms last evening!