I have been reminded that it is a long time since I have written a blog and so am about to remedy the situation! Three weeks ago I decided to seriously do something about my bad tummy, general lethargy, bloatedness and weight. I am pretty active and it seemed odd that I was just piling on weight and feeling sort of unwell so after a it of internet diagnosis I decided I needed to give up caffeine and just possibly I might have some sort of food intolerance. I found a diet that seemed to make a bit of sense (not complete sense as I am still struggling with the concept of being able to eat anything with a face or that comes from something with a face but not at the same time as something that comes from the ground - ground things come in a separate meal - but I can have an egg salad - I think). Anyway, week one nearly killed me with splitting headaches and crampy spasms in my legs BUT I have not had a single stomach pain (well a tiny bit after I had some mustard). I am not allowed to eat any processed food at all which might well be a very good thing. The headaches have also gone - and I have lost some weight (you probably wouldn't notice but the scales say so!). I now have to gradually introduce things (not mustard) and see what happens.
Anyway, you probably did not want to know all that so back to the animals. The cria are doing well. Lina's little one is still a it weedy but he is very lively - I struggled on a decent picture of him as he hides behind his mum, Lina, when anyone is around.
Knitting has been in overdrive due to depletion of stock so today I finished off a scarf and pair of gloves - well, ends need to be sewn in still. Next up is a suri wrap, flower hat and designing a shawl. I am also working on felting but that is going so badly I will leave a report on that until another day!
A better penning solution! - After a long "family illness" and a subsequent reduction of our herd, I am back to report a more recent enhancement to Easter-Wood. One of the problems we ...
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