Celtic Cross for St. Patrick's
On March 10th, my Grammie celebrated her 102 birthday! Here she is in the tiara she was awarded for being Valentine Queen a month ago. 102 and she's still got it!
One of her great joys is getting mail, so I put the word out to my friends all over the planet, asking them to send her a card. They came through big time. Here is a small sampling of the cards. She enjoyed every single one and marveled at the far flung places that they were mailed from. Thank you to all who participated. You really make her day!
Spring on the farm wasn't so spring-y on Sunday. 10° and a hearty gale made it downright miserable weather-wise.
Frances was smart and wore his sweater. He was toasty and more than willing to share heat with a hug.
Billy basked in the warm glow of love and chin scritches.
Bob, volunteer extraordinaire, braved the cold to put a playground together for the goats. They didn't mind the cold as they took turns running back and forth across their new ramp.
I hadn't been to the barn for a while and really missed it. Despite the frigid temps, it was so nice to see my feather and fur babies, the other volunteers, and the meadow again. Now that life is calming down some, I hope to get out there more when they need extra help. The animals, exercise, camaraderie and fresh air a balm for the soul!