April 08th, 2016
I have decided I am just not tech savvy enough for modern life. I may revert to mud pictures on the wall as quite frankly that looks like all I can manage. I have just written this entire blog and then I pressed the delete button so it all disapeared. Clever hey. But that is not the end of my ignorance, I discovered a funny picture next to the google bar on my smart phone last night and wondered what it was, so clicked on it. To my horror a list of titles of windows I had open on google appeared. It was an epic quantity and took me some time to delete. On completion of this task the little picture on the google bar became a number one. And then incredibly I managed to download meteo France in a record amount of time. So having fessed up to the kids, who rolled around on the floor laughing (ROTFL, I believe), I am completely humiliated.....again! Welcome to parenthood.
yet to be tested, as it needs three phase, second attempt. Fear not, sausage construction services have returned to normal at House of Franklin.
Oh yes we also got some new pigs last Sunday (rest day? what is that), who are being employed as excavators in the shed to dig up the manure making it easier for us to shovel out at the end of the seaon. They are having a wonderful time and Gavin is enjoying his new challenge. We now have 11 pigs.
I was going to take a photo of my 2 sleeping boys but that felt a bit mean. The work load is quite exhausting this month.
See you all soon
4/9/2016 09:11:03 am
Love your blogs and don't knock yourself Helen I think you are tech savvy. Good luck with the continued lambing. See you soon xx
4/10/2016 09:49:34 am
Hello Lynn. You are very kind there were 23 babies born yesterday! This could be the busiest Sunday we have ever had. Patrickalready at the field Gavin in the kitchen reviving cold lambs. Sadly a fox has found our field even though it is ring fenced with electric fence and we are down 2 lambs. Looks like we are moving sheep today. :) Have a sunny day. xx
4/10/2016 09:09:20 am
I think that Dyson needs some more spoiling! See you on Saturday. x
4/10/2016 09:51:20 am
Morning Alex. Dya think so :) He is so fast asleep in front of the fire right now, probably still digesting his rack of ribs.
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I am farming sheep and goats on the Dordogne/Gironde border with my husband and our 3 children. We have an on farm butchery and sell our meat direct to the public via the markets and delivery points in our local area