Then, I notice the llama, hanging out with the ewe.
As I get closer, I see a white spot.
I forget about my dress shoes and clothes.
After parking the car, I walk across the yard to the edge of the pasture to see the ewe and her newborn lambs. They are only a few hours old, but already they're practicing their moves.
If I don't catch the lambs within 12 hours of birth, I usually can't catch them.
So, I change into my barn clothes and catch a lamb who squirms and calls for her mother.
Although only a few hours old, they are ready to run and take on the world.