Thoughts

Lambs in the Peaks.

The days are getting lighter and longer, and row upon row of daffodils, like long-legged ladies in bonnets are swaying from side to side in the easterly wind.

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However,  nothing says ‘Spring is coming’ more to me than the arrival of adorable fluffy white lambs in the fields.  I’ve always got my camera at the ready at this time of year and normally a visit to a special countryside friend is needed.  This year however I am lucky to be surrounded by lambs in the fields of the Peak District and can’t help but stop as I see them gamboling and skipping innocently across the countryside.

Oops no gamboling or skipping here just lambs sleeping like babies in the midday sun.

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There is something about a mothers love whatever the species, the word unconditional ‘springs’ to mind’ as I watched this little guy pushing the limits while his mum just continued to munch away.

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Love is patient!

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Making friends is fun.  Some of our strongest friendships are the ones we make when we are young.

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And it’s always good to spend time with a special friend, one to one.

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Nothing is better than when one of your children wanders up to you and says ‘I love you mum’

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After a long day gamboling and skipping and sleeping!  It’s time to follow mum, stay close.

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Stick together.

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Don’t get left behind!!

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Gratitude at the end of a long day.

 

 

 

Love Alison

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29 thoughts on “Lambs in the Peaks.

  1. I am loving your new blog layout and photos. All wonderful. You and me both starting 2019 with new properties, countryside and free ranging chickens. Glad to see your two really enjoying themselves. Xx

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