Had to say goodbye to our darling dear Disa. She was our first little bottle fed lamb here on ASR and for us in general. She was born the day before Mother's Day of 2016. What a sweet surprise to us to have a baby in the house again, even if it was the fuzzy kind. I had been feeling down lately due to all my babies being older and no little ones toddling around. After confessing my sadness to my husband, he was delighted to point out God had brought Disa to fill the gap. I had forgotten all the hard work, interrupted nights of sleep and constant cleaning up after a little brings, but it was all worth it. She lived inside our home and our hearts till her size proved to much for these walls and we extended her dwelling to the outside. Disa remained close to the house avoiding the "strange" animals in the field, she thought nothing of herself other than my baby and belong with her kind, us. I know she brought us joy and everyone who had the pleasure of meeting her. It is not every day you get the chance to raise an Icelandic in Texas nor have one so close to your heart. Many may see her as just a sheep but to those who new her she was one of a kind, Disa.
Proverbs 12: 10 The righteous care for the needs of their animals...