Friday, May 1, 2009

The Crossbar Motel

Keebler has been corralled and collared and has lost all his yard privileges.



Let me start off by telling you that if you do not want a sheep to do something, for goodness sake, never say the words "No, don't do that!"



"Keebler, come back here!"



"Stay out of that asparagus!"



Punkin would be proud to know that The Keebster has continually outsmarted (and out run!) me lately. The concrete sheep in the foreground marks his grave, under the asparagus. He too was a cute little brat who's motto in life seemed to be drive it like you stole it...and steal as much as you can.

For example, he'd have hay in his stall, but if he had the chance, he'd run over to the full bale to "steal" the exact same hay and shovel in his mouth as fast as he could before I could "catch" him.



Yep, that's the look all right.



He kind of looks at least a little remorseful here.

Don't be fooled.

He's just chewing.

And I think his collar is pretty cute.

15 comments:

flowerweaver said...

Yep, that sure reminds me of 'ol Punkin! That little whippersnapper! He's even cute when he's being bad!

Lady Katherine said...

Keebler is so cute in the asparagus! I would love to grow some asparagus! Where do you get asparagus to get started? I loved your feature of Keebler on your articles. I am happy to say I am going to be a proud owner of six sheep this weekend! I am so happy to get back into the farm life!

Peacecat said...

OMG I laugh every day when I read your posts. Keebler is my favorite. Thanks for sharing him with us!

L'Hélène said...

That's so cute! I love it!

tonya fedders said...

I hope that you're making cards out of the last keebler picture on the post.. how adorable!

Pam said...

Oh, Keebs, you make me laugh. I remember when your cousins Claudia and Clover severely pruned my rose bushes last year, and they had to go to the Crossbar Motel, too. That asparagus is pretty tasty, isn't it? Maybe you could convinve your mom to let you have just a little...

Crazy Lady with purple fingers said...

Just came across your blog and love it, Keebler is the cutest little guy, love the pictures of him in his adventures!!

Ed said...

He does look abit sheepish..:-)

thecrazysheeplady said...

Oh, groan ;-)

dibear said...

This little guys really tugs at the heartstring! I couldn't imagin getting mad at him.

C.W. Nave said...

I've been a fan for a week now, Mark told me of it! Keebler is cute and your comments are priceless!Thanks for sharing.

dayphoto said...

What a darling lamb And he is getting big! I had to laugh, this was a fun post.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

ann hollingsworth said...

Sara, Reading your blog today has been a delight. I want to share it with everyone I know and love. You are so very sensitive to the sweet and dear side of life that so often goes unacknowledged. Thank you Sara for such delight you bring into our lives. Ann Hollingsworth

Strawberry Lane said...

I'm hooked! That Keebler is hopelessly ... adorable!

Nancy K. said...

I don't know how I missed this post when you originally posted it! Your love for your sheep truly touches my heart.

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