Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Who Dat?



"Company's here!"

Dat's actually Renny. Keebler is always the first one to peek around the barn when the sheep hear a strange car pull up. He looked out, saw cookie potential and ran around to the barn gate. Renny stepped in to post updates.



Dat's an unmistakeable face even without his hair and dat's Graham behind him and Woolliam in the foreground.



Sherman and Grahammy. Let the cookie fest begin.



Marcel



Dat's tiny little Mia fighting her way in. Keebler and Buddy are the two white sheep. Which is which?



Ewen McTeagle, stretching over the crowd.



Dis is Buddy. Sheep get begging faces just like dogs. See the extra big, sad eye? Quivering lips?

"I'm starving and I never got even one cookie in my whole life, see?"

Very sad.



Dis is a familiar black fleece.



Dis isn't. Holy cow! Boudreaux's hair is getting as gray as mine. Dat really you, Boudreaux?



"Dat's me."

Boudreaux and I are blaming our gray streaks on living with Graham Lamb.

17 comments:

Susan said...

Dat was fun! It is interesting, isn't it, how our sheep are so neglected - never having seen, let alone actually getting to eat, a cookie?

dr momi said...

LOve the first pic with 'em lookin' around the corner to see "who dat"...cute.

dr momi said...

LOve the first pic with 'em lookin' around the corner to see "who dat"...cute.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Love the pictures too, and the post was a lot of fun! I'm craving a cooking for some reason though....

Shirley said...

Your sheep have such personalities.

Anchor Cottage said...

I know i've said it before but i'll say it again, I love your stories.

Christine said...

Seems Buddy has enrolled in drama classes at the local community college, eh?

Michelle said...

Very cute. (-:

Kim said...

And what kind of cookies do you feed them? Just wondering so I can have some on hand when our Jacobs sheep arrive on the farm.

small farm girl said...

Thanks to you, my goats are addicted to those cookies too. It's almost scary to get in the field with them when you are carrying a box of them. Yep, all your fault. lol

Alice said...

It’s amazing how friendly the sheep can be if I have a box of ‘Nilla Mini Wafers to shake, but once they are gone or the box is shut, they don’t wanna have any thing to do with me. Fortunately, I know that if I want to pet them, they can be bought with a box of cookies. Fair deal!

I didn’t recognize Woolliam without his signature bangs. And well, Keebler is handsome as ever even without them.

Lori Skoog said...

Great shots! What kind of cookies do you feed?

Ed said...

Great shots, I miss Mia jumping on me trying to get da cookies..:-)

thecrazysheeplady said...

Vanilla wafers. The minis so they can have more than one without too much sugar ;-).

Terry said...

Awww, they are so sweet.

flowerweaver said...

They do look different without their mops. Wooliam and Keebs especially. But they are still cute as ever.

Terry and Linda said...

I have grey streaks also...but no grahman lamb here...just old age.

Linda
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