First Instagram post of the New Year! (About time eh?!)
One thing God has really highlighted to me is to step back into my calling. I’ve been really apathetic in this past season. My calling/vision is to share and communicate what God is doing in this world! Basically make him known, and I want my posts to communicate his glory. I want people to know how great, loving, kind, powerful, and exciting our God is. So here’s to a new year; a year of displaying God’s glory!
Also the Adobe Lightroom app is dope! 👌
YOUHOUUU les filles
🚨Il reste 3 paires en taille 37 à -50%🚨
pour les BOOTS SHEEP gold irisé🐑✨
⚠️Avec le JEAN ICE nouveauté et le PULL CASH en beige⚠️
• Ryelands •
At the end of last year, @rabyryelands365 signed up to the Ryeland Flock Book Society and became a member as she purchased two registered Ryeland ewe lambs. Meet Polly and Dolly! Charlotte is taking them to shows this coming season, and is currently working on their halter training.
I confess: lambing season is exciting and anxiety-producing. Our flock is small enough and close enough that we get involved in difficult births - if we are there at the right time. Fortunately, Tunis are known for easy birthing and most lambs are born without any "help" from us!
I find that I pray a LOT during lambing season, and hold fast to scriptures about faith and thanksgiving and trust. Hmmm. Perhaps lambing season is also about birthing greater peace in me!
Rocking their homemade gear as we head to the sheep yards. Thongs and sheep work are never a good idea, but along with their dresses these girls pull it off! These 2 are turning into great little sheep dogs 😂🐑🐑🐑 #dustybootsandcurls#sheep#sheepwork