This was one hell of a week!
Well, that is really ment kinda double...
Barry, our loyal friend is gone and he left a big void in our lives.
We loved him so dearly and he was just always there!
But we talk about him a lot, we still laugh and cry, but more often we smile when we think about him.
Here is one very special photograph that was taken by our friend MJ in 2005.
That's how he will always be rememberd!
♥ ♥ ♥
We've had sad minutes this past week, but also nice and inspiring moments.
Our animals and the chores on the farm keep us busy and that is good.
Even though the heat has not been helping, we did get a couple of things done that week and that feels good.
Every evening we go and take Cleo for a nice, long walk. Well, I have to be honest, I don't always go, Ingrid does. I am not much of a walker, but I start to enjoy it more and more.
Sometimes I take my camera with me, and sometimes I leave it at home, deliberately.
Then I try to "print" the images in my own hard disk. ;-)
Here are some more photos I took this past week:
Nature is showing it's power and magic by "delivering" the first colorful and sweet (or sour) fruits...
Cherries and Red Currant
We bought some hay for the horses this past week...
And this (beautiful) plant should NEVER be in one of these hay bales... because it is VERY TOXIC to animals (as well to humans), even when it's been dried.
In German it's called "Jakobskreuzkraut", in english "common ragwort" I believe.
This is our friends Cattledog, isn't she gorgeaus?!!
And this picture doesn't need any explanation/words, does it. :))
Those two horses are best friends.
The bay mare is called "Fröken" and is a Nordsvensk (swedish coldblood), and
the brown horse is a gelding called "Sandino", he is also Nordsvensk, I believe...
aren't they a nice couple?!
Tomorrow starts a new week.
Somehow it's good to have "ups" and "downs".
It makes you realize that you are ALIVE, right?!
Have a good start into a new week everyone!