Friday, February 26, 2010

Make Up Day

Yes, I stooped to letting Keebler run around the yard for a bit this morning and then up on the porch for some "house" vanilla wafers. The pouting was too much. I am weak.



She does still love me :-D.



I'm still kinda sad though. Maybe you should give me another cookie.



And Eli says he'd like some extra food in his bowl, too.

That wasn't exactly what Eli was saying, but this is a family friendly blog...



I can sweep up the mess, but the door might be too far gone.

Maybe Saint Tim won't notice.

And don't worry. Graham and Hank got to run around a little while as well They all snuck out as I was trying to drive the truck into the field. Graham got greedy and went on an unsuccessful chicken food hunt. Keebs knew where to find the good stuff ;-).

13 comments:

gtyyup said...

You should just have a tea and cookie party on the porch for all of them!

Mom L said...

I would love to have a sheep come knocking at my door!!! Many, many years ago I lived in a corner house in CA. Our redwood fence separated my neighbor's yards and mine - and a beautiful Elkhound lived on one side. He and my German Shepherd used to race up and down their respective sides, desperately wanting to play. Then the Elkie figured out how to get out of his fence, came around the corner to my front door and rattled the doorknob. From then on they had their play dates!!

Are you sure you haven't started a trend?

Nancy in Iowa

Sunny said...

Your pictures are priceless, who could resist that face?
Sunny :)

Peacecat said...

Oh, wow - what an adorable set of photos! I wouldn't be able to resist him either. (:

DayPhoto said...

You are the best Sheep Momma in the world!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

Lori Skoog said...

We used to let our goats run free a lot. They would go cross country skiing with us. Sorry about that door!

Camp said...

YOU are such a pushover ;-)..looks like he loved every last crumb. and besides that door is just gettin in the way.

Christine said...

LOL, I love it. I mean, how could you resist that face! So cute.

flowerweaver said...

So cute! That face! I should try 'Nilla Wafers on Finley. He doesn't like any treat I've tried so far.

Alice said...

I just knew that 'nilla wafers would make Keebler happy again. His name says it all. You are such a sensitive sheep momma. Now that he is happy we can all feel better! Priceless capture!

Gayle said...

Aren't those lips the cutest! I wish my Daisy was loving like that!

dibear said...

Keebs is such a pretty boy. Great set of pictures. :)

Kathy said...

ROFLMAO!!!!!! I'm glad to see I'm not the only shepherdess who gives in to those eyes and pleadings. :)

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