- John Harvey Kellogg
A daily practice of sketching and painting gives you a chance to exercise the big three P's - practice, practice, practice!
I'm sure I'd posted this before, but upon going through my posts, I can't find it at all! Anyway, here it is again!
My neighbour's sheep - a while ago some ewes had lambs and it was the first time for MANY, MANY years that I actually held a little lamb in my arms again - oh my word! I'd forgotten how precious that can be! I wanted to take it home...!
The Dorper is a South African breed of domestic sheep developed by crossing Dorset Horn and the Blackhead Persian sheep. The breed was created through the efforts of the South African Department of Agriculture to breed a meat sheep suitable to the more arid regions of the country. It is now farmed in other areas as well, and is the second most common sheep breed in South Africa.