may she keep on truckin’! Jasmine 2008-2022

by Gretchen Frederick April 18, 2022 1 comment

may she keep on truckin’! Jasmine 2008-2022

Jasmine

2008-2022

This little lamb, one week old in March of 2008 when this photo was taken, has become the symbol of Solitude Wool. She has been my best model, fantastic mother and just generally wonderful ewe. I miss her. 😢

 

 




Gretchen Frederick
Gretchen Frederick

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Nancy Zelsman
Nancy Zelsman

June 14, 2022

Oh, Gretchen, I’m so sorry to hear of Jasmine’s passing. ‘The Shepherd’ must be sad, indeed. She was such a huge part of your farm family, and such a lovely lady. But how lovely to see her spirit carry on in her great-granddaughters.

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