Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Hoppin' Mad

Well, not really, but pretty darn hoppy! You know how when you give your dog a bath and they are finally finished, how they like to race around the house or yard? I guess to celebrate living through it? Turns out, sheep do the same thing.

I decided to give Keebler a bath today. He'd gotten rained on, didn't smell as "sweet" as baby lambs do, and since he was already wet...



Why did you do that to me?



Really?



Since we're all about the fiber here (never for meat!), let's take a closer look (as always, click to biggify).

Pretty yummy, eh?

18 comments:

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

Does that last comment mean you're a vegetarian, too? Or just that you don't eat the animals you know?

If possible, Keebler is even more adorable after a bath than he was before. Be still my heart! (Fitting that my word verification is "edens" :-)

thecrazysheeplady said...

We're vegetarians. Not rabid/in your face..., just a personal choice.

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

Same here! We did find it hard to eat out in Kentucky; there didn't seem to a lot of choices for veggies.... Wait; I remember this conversation! I told you we ate at Alfalfa's in Lexington. Brain cells; they're not what they used to be....

thecrazysheeplady said...

No worries. When you come in for WEG, I'll hook you up with several fun choices :-D

flowerweaver said...

Well, the thing I noticed the most about the bath photos is Keebler is NOT SMILING!

Dana and Daisy said...

that is a very scornful glance he is sending you isn't it?

Rayna said...

Hahaha! You're right, he's not smiling where he usually is! omg, that's funny, he is just a doll!

L'Hélène said...

FLUFF OVERLOAD!!

Pam said...

Oh, Keebs, I'm so sorry about your bath. You do look pretty handsome, though, so hang in there.
A hug from your Auntie Pam.

Alice said...

His wool coat looks much fluffier. What do you use other than water on his coat? Was this his first baby bath?

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Vegetarians unite! and save us from all this swine and bird flu.

Ed said...

Oh the Yarns that kid will tell someday...:-)

thecrazysheeplady said...

Oh, that's really baaaad.

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

But Joanna, you can't get swine flu from eating the beast, and even in a vegetarian society pigs could perform the function they do best - garbage disposal.

DayPhoto said...

Oh, he is just darling, wet and mad, or dry and smiling!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

Linda B. said...

Keebler is such a fluff ball :-)

Anonymous said...

Keebler seems like a gorgeous toy, he looks so perfect. I noticed in the middle picture, I can see his skin is mottled on his face, but his wool doesn't follow suit. He has a front knee and a hind leg which produce coloured wool. I find that fascinating.

My verification word is dowsogi. Keebler was dows-ed until he was sogi. ; )
Leah

thecrazysheeplady said...

He was definitely soggy! :-)

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