14 May 2018

Lambs

Near Whirlow Playingfields, I spotted two lambs yesterday . One of the joys of springtime here in northern England is to see new lambs frolicking in the countryside. Who can avoid a smile or an "Awww!" when we see a lamb in a spring meadow?  

It's almost one o'clock  in the morning and I need to be asleep before too long because we are driving over to Manchester round about nine thirty - ready for our flight to Corfu. I guess I will be able to blog over there but I am not sure about this. We hope to have a lovely holiday.

Before I go, I shall leave you with two images of  yesterday's  lambs and bid you good night!

25 comments:

  1. Enjoy your time away.

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    1. I haven't had the Mr K thing since I retired and left school.

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  2. I hope you and your good lady have a relaxed, enjoyable time in Corfu.

    Back in the 80s "Corfu" was my favourite brand of jeans...along with Jag jeans...were the best, in my opinion...to my liking!

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    1. You were and probably still are a stylish dresser Lee. Men would whistle and cry out, "Cor! Phew!"

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  3. Have a wonderful vacation!

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  4. Beautiful photos. Enjoy the sunshine and kebabs in Corfu.

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    1. I will wave to you as we fly over France around eleven o'clock.

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  5. I wish you a smooth flight and safe landing, and then a great time on Corfu.
    The lambs are "aaaaw"-fully sweet!

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    1. They are sisters - the front one is called Meike and the shy one behind is called Question Mark.

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  6. Enjoy your holiday and say hello to the hotel from me. If it's as good as it was, we may well go back. Do tell all on your return!

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    1. By the way, I am now not 100% certain that it is the same hotel Christina.

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  7. Sweet dreams and smooth flight.

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  8. Your photos are why I don't eat lamb: too cute. Truth to tell, though, I don't eat ugly critters, either (lobster, shrimp, the like). Good thing vegetables and beans don't rate on the cuteness scale.

    Best wishes for a delightful holiday. I hope you over-do the fun, the sun, and the non-cute victuals.

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  9. Mersey dotes and dozy dotes and little lamzie divie. Or something.

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  10. *waves to YP and Mrs. YP in the very, very, very far distance* . . .

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  11. Oh, those can't be real, can they?

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  12. Very cute lambs! I hope they're destined to become sheep and not lamb chops. Have a great time in Corfu!

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  13. Enjoy your holidays in Corfu.
    Greetings Maria x

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