Thursday, February 08, 2007

SHEEP BY IAN BRITTON  Posted by Picasa

9 comments:

Rhea said...

That's a nice, fluffy sheep. Would make a good pet.

PI said...

Hi Rhea! I can't help thinking it might have the odd tick. One of my nursing friends kept a lamb she had nurtured for years and it was the grumpiest sheep and tried to tup everybody. We had a reunion on her small holding and another friend's dogs ended up with ticks. We were put up in an ancient caravan just like Montgomery's in WW 2 with no facilities! Unforgettable!

Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

Flossie! We thought you were gone forever!

Where did you find her, Pat? She just left us a note saying she wasn't happy. It wasn't us, it was her, she said. Needed to find herself, she said.

We thought that even if she managed to get to the mainland she'd never make it past the A9.

O Flossie!

PI said...

Sam: we found her wandering about on Google and we'll give her a good home. As long as she stays tickless:)

PI said...

Sam: we found her wandering about on Google and we'll give her a good home. As long as she stays tickless:)

kenju said...

She's ripe for a fleecing, isn't she!

PI said...

judy: she looks very ripe to me:)

FOUR DINNERS said...

I used to talk to the sheep when I worked on a farm. They stood there staring at me intently chewing the cud. One even took to following me home over the fields and eating my dads prized petunias. He wasn't amused.

PI said...

4d: O think one should talk to animals. I used to talk to Bridie the horse i used to ride - mainly to keep her calm so I wouldn't fall off.