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Me too!!!:rofl:Im at a loss somedays just wont work so i go back out n start again lol​:herb:

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2.5.0 is coming to the rescue @jacquelinecannon1 and importantly it’s also releasing our bubbles journal … can’t wait for you to start seeing it! :pray:

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Its sooo much easier,did u already upgrade?the lower bubbles at the botyom are bigger,the wheel doesnt stick and generally quicker!!!omg!

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Thankyou that was very kind!

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We are always listening to the feedback so keep them coming. We are pushing out improvements to calm journal as well as bubbles is coming in very shortly. xx🙏

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The question unexpected things make me happy. Gives me anxiety yes good things will make me happy. But with my animals and the farm unexpected things mostly mean expensive vet bills or machinery that breaks down. :cry::cry: So I’m mostly on the fence with that one :face_exhaling::face_exhaling:

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Well the vet bill is expected I assume but why we got the vet bill not​:sweat_smile::sweat_smile:

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Well you’re accountable for a lot of creatures! Does the life of farming have any sort of seasonality in terms of sweat or is it a constant joy 24/7 all year @sonja.ekkers.77 ? Wishing you, all the four leggeds inc the most beautiful sheep - sofi - a wonderful (restful - does that ever happen) weekend xx🙏

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Every season has its ups and downs. I love late winter early spring, as when I ride my horse out, I can see the threes changing and new life just starting to come. Early spring is the time where the lambs will be born. But with every lovely things that happen come, the not so nice things and that are the hard day’s. Two life lambs and one dead will put a damper on the day :person_shrugging::sweat_smile: as much as you try to focus on the good. And unless your heartless your still sad about the one lost lamb. :face_exhaling:

I love during winters where it’s freezing cold wet and horrible outside. Seeing the cows and horses all happily eating their crub in side dry and cozy. It’s hard work in winter, but that feeling of knowing your animals are happy is priceless.

Summer is the time where the crops come in. And my partner becomes a stranger :rofl::rofl: as I hardly see him. (Sometimes it’s nice :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye::stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:) it comes with a lot of stress as machinery likes to give up when you really need them :person_facepalming::person_facepalming: the crops need to be perfect before they get harvested weather is always against it :rofl::rofl: like it’s so dry now in Leicestershire we didn’t have any rain for weeks. We can’t prepare the ground for the next crop. So we have to wait for the rain.

Than autumn comes when all fields are done the barns will be made ready for the cows to come back in and we start all from the beginning again.
But wouldn’t have it any other way it’s a lifestyle not a job :heartpulse:

At the moment we have a calf with a cast as mother cow stood on it and broke it’s leg :cry: it happens but never know when so that’s why I prefer less unexpected things :rofl::rofl:

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This is incredible glimpse into what is an an amazing life … I always think when I see the incredible erratic weather patterns what must be happening with the folks keeping the harvest and the four leggeds! The unexpected ever more the expected. I would love to be able to follow your life in the farm more … it bears so little resemblance to my laptoping and zooming … and as soon as we are properly funded we are definately doing the “secret life of sheep” if you’re up for it. Always grateful for everything you share @sonja.ekkers.77 xx :pray:

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