Did we bypass spring and go directly to summer? We might assume so from the weather, but the arrival of the lambs and angora kids at Pine Hollow Farm would indicate otherwise. New life burgeoning from the wombs of sheep and goats, the smell of hay, the bleating of mamas as they search for their offspring, the joyful romps as the newborns gain strength. A visit to the farm in the spring reminds us that life is more than technological advances and the bustle of city living.
Signs of Spring
by Laurie Ness Gordon | May 19, 2015 | Writing | 0 comments