Thursday, 19 April 2012

Down on the Farm

The great thing about the  school holidays, is that there always seems to be an extra day, just to enjoy.

We got back from France on Sunday, and as school didn't start until Tuesday we had a 'spare' day.  One of my daughter's friends lovely Mummy (or should that read Mom, she is a New Yorker) suggested a visit to a local farm and we met her and another Mummy along with a gaggle of children, at 11am.

And the sun shone!  We had the most delightful time, there were new born lambs and a very young calf, there were donkeys and goats to pet.  There was a fantastic playground.

I brought a very tired, but very happy little girl home, and once she was asleep I got on with sewing name tapes into her new summer uniform!

I'm not adding captions to these photographs, as I think they speak for themselves.

I will catch up with everyone's blogs over the next few days, it's dreadful how quickly I get behind, I am sorry.


  1. Nice to have that'extra' day and it seems you had a great day. Enjoyed the farm visit through your photos.

  2. That's one of the things I am going to miss as the girls get older - they no longer want to have days out like this.

  3. Enjoying your blog(s). I love to cook too...vegetarian/vegan.