Friday, October 29, 2010

Trick Or Treat?

If you hear Keebler clomp clomping across the porch, it's not really a surprise. He's "special".



When he brings along four of his closest friends, someone I left the gate open somewhere.



Jacob sheep don't tend to come knocking on the door unless they've been otherwise influenced by a member of "the bad crowd".

Trick or Treat!?!



Hey, how come we don't have these nice chairs? Wait! I think I found a quarter!



This would be a lovely picture of Miss Mia...except she's eating all the blooms off one of my favorite geraniums (everything is on the porch because we were worried about frost last night).



And when they start checking out the construction...



Yeah, whatever lady. We are so coming back to egg your stupid house and your stupid porch with your stupid flowers!

17 comments:

Gayle said...

That's too funny that they come right to the porch looking for you. I tried the vanilla wafers with Daisy and she loved them! Now I've become more interesting to her! :)

Lori Skoog said...

Can they get the eggs from your chickens?

thecrazysheeplady said...

Gayle - I'm not surprised ;-).

Lori - I wouldn't be surprised!

Ed said...

LOL!!! Night of the living sheep...
good luck on tomorrows open house, wish I could be there..:-))

DayPhoto said...

So cute!!! This was lots of fun.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Christine said...

LOL, that's priceless.

dibear said...

Too, too cute. They forgot their trick-or-treat bags! Looking for 'nilla' wafers I bet. :)

The Barn Door said...

Oh how funny!! I will never forget the time a friend stopped by to visit and her little boy had a handful of cookies and out to visit the sheep. All of a sudden we heard this blood-curdling screaming coming from the backyard. Little boy did not know that the sheep could jump the fence and they were chasing him all the way to the house to get those cookies!!!

Verde Farm said...

If they are not the cutest little things ever. I love it! I hope my sheep get so comfortable with us that they come visit if they ever get out of the pasture :)
Amy

Kim said...

Our whole family enjoyed this one!

flowerweaver said...

That's a beautiful photo of Mia. Too bad she's eating the flowers! Let's hope they don't go trick-or-treating elsewhere!

Heather said...

I love love love your posts. This one was awesome.

Jody said...

I can't feed our ewes cookies anymore because they will jump all over me to get them....absolutely no manners. I will be sure to give them all hugs.
Your sheep are all special :)

June said...

I love all your sheep photos and good luck with you open house today. I would love to be able to come, but it's too far. I have put a photo of me hugging my stuffed sheep "Floyd" on my blog. Happy Hug a Sheep Day!! I'll be thinking of you!

Shannon said...

Thanks for the laugh this morning :) Happy Hug a Sheep Day!

small farm girl said...

Ya, we have that happen here every once in a while, except here, it's cows. lol

Nancy K. said...

Perhaps they were looking for HUGS???
;-)

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