Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Lambs and Merian Park: a heavenly day

Merian Park in bloom is just as amazing as i had imagined.
This is what it looked like the last time we visited.  Still pretty, but not as beautiful as today.

Hi my name is JB.  I am adorable.

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The shepherd asked us to come inside and meet a newborn (that day) LAMB.
I could have kissed her.
dreams come true friends. they do.

lamb with mommy

i am so cute.
cuteoverload.com basically


standing up for one of her first times

Behind where the lambies are is a medicinal garden. 



If you are just as enchanted with lambs and gardens as I am, please check out our pictures here.  
WARNING:  it does show a bit of a black sheep giving birth to two lambs. yes, i saw a sheep give birth today. made me quesy but still find it amazing.

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11 comments:

  1. Amazing, Sarah! The lambs are wonderful and so are you!

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  2. WOW. I have to say I am super jealous of your life in Switzerland!! How did you and your husband get there? What are you doing there? I'm going to do some more digging in your wonderful blog, but I'm just so antsy that I thought I'd just ask :)

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  3. Thanks Ash Ham!

    liz- My husband is playing baseball over here and I'm just a swiss housewife for now (:

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  4. wow! that is so amazing! you're one lucky woman!! loved your wedding feature on SMP!! Your blog is lovely!

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  5. Beautiful photos. Thank you for your inspiring words! I am so excited to keep reading your posts!

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  6. Thanks Liz and Silver Strands! Looking forward to reading your blogs!! xox

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  7. Awwww you guys are too cute! :)
    xxx

    http://gypsy-diaries.blogspot.com/

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  8. I just came across your blog and LOVE it. Switzerland is my favorite country to visit, although our main stomping grounds are greifensee and oerlikon.

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  9. these pictures and you two are ABSOLUTEL FREAKING ADORABLE.

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  10. Thank you sweet lambs! Niole- I want to hear more about these two swiss towns ... perhaps a visit is in order.

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