Saturday, November 8, 2008

A New Baby


Hi all I'm back from the beautiful Isle of Skye, unfortunately the fairies didn't come while we were away and complete our list of renovation jobs, OH WELL!!

While we were away this little chap arrived, isn't he cute. Apologies of course to mummy cow for accusing her of eating all the pies she obviously had a very good reason for that huge round belly she has been carrying around recently. What a pleasure to look at him everday as I go about my chores.

10 comments:

The Vintage Kitten said...
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Dawn said...

Hi Jules, nice for you to have a break, hope you had a good time. I love the calf, he is so cute. Is he yours?

tcalamity said...

ah bless.xx
I have nominated you for the Marie Antoinette Award- a real person, a real award! follow details on my blog, and carry on with your great blog.
xx
t

Louise said...

What a wonderful thing. Must come over soon before its as big as its mother!! loads of Love

Tracy x said...

what a lovely homecoming :)
so - when are you coming to visit the East Coast?????
the house is coming along - we are at the painting stage in some rooms but still sooo much to do - i think we will be enjoying a makeshift Christmas this year.
hugs to you
t x

tcalamity said...

Just wishing you a wonderful christmas and happy new year and another year of blogging.
xxxxxx
t
P.s thanks for all your lovely comments over the past year.

The Vintage Kitten said...
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Debbies-English-Treasures said...

Thanks for such a lovely comment Jules!
Just like Lovely Mandy, I came over a couple of times and noticed that you haven`t posted.
We hope that all is well!
And we are all wanting some more lovely posts...all the way from FRANCE!
Love,

Debbie Moss

An American in France said...

This is an amazing blog! I can't wait to hear more!

Lydia said...

Hi Jules,
I like this cow pasture pic!!!! I've never really seen all white cows before, they usually are tanned or have black spots on them.
Wishing you a great afternoon,
Lydia

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