I'm back at Maluhia Farm- and it feels like I never left. It's a magical place that has taken up residence in my soul. It is so good to see my Dad and Jan and Joanna again.
This was my morning inspiration... love how I wake up at 5 and it feels like I've slept in...
To start the morning Dad and I moved 29 baby chicks to their new home outside.
Yesterday the ewe Gardenia had given birth to twins-and my stepmom Jan, and neighbor, friend and farm hand Joanna had to pull them out with snares. It was a miracle that the lambs survived but they did. Here they are...
She's not into nursing yet as you can see...so there's a bit of bottle feeding going on until they catch on. Poor Gardenia is so sore....
And my first oil painting in a while.8"x8".This is the back veiw of the property- the horse paddock and Norfolk Island pines.
Dad helped me get a good plein air set up together- he is so creative with tools and wood and hardware. He may live in Hawaii now but he still has yankee ingenuity.
I will show you my set up tomorrow.
His woodshop is so organized- it's a dream. Inspiring.
I'm in heaven here!