It was a terribly sad Tues. becasue my Little PeeWee finally crossed over to the other side. After having her for 20 years -now it feels like a piece of me is gone too. She was my constant companion and the best baby-sitter in town and I adored her.
DH had some things he had to do , but he would not let me stay home alone. As we were pulling out of the driveway I spotted our sheep . There for a while I was spinning their fleece and I wanted a black sheep so badly because I was using the roving to spin into yarn that I was using to make a rug. It was really neat and I was using the log cabin quilting design. I needed another color and I wanted black. I got lucky and found a beautiful black sheep that I loved so much - she was perfect. It was almost time to shear her and dogs came from a cove across the lake and killed her. I was so broken hearted.
Time passed and then one day there appeared a black lamb in our little flock. Talk about joy!She is the larger one in the back.
I know it can get very angry because one time a friend and I were going to a fabric store in that direction so we decided to take the scenic route(and not the interstate) The drive was lovely until we came to this part of the ride. It lasts approximately 2 miles and as we arrived at this point the river was rising. It came on up till it was in the road. Somebody had got smart because above the road is a small trail for hikers and they had cut a path that you could jump up on this trail when the river gets mad. It was scarey to look down just a few feet and see nothing but water. Believe me - that was one day trip that I have never forgotten.