Saturday, June 15, 2013

Graham A Lamba Dinga Linga Linga Linga Linga

I've been wanting some sheep bells for a long time. Dianne has some on her sheep and I love hearing the soft bells as her sheep move around grazing. I made a recent order from Premier and sheep bells popped up as a prompt on their sheep products page.  Added to cart.

I decided the first sheep to get a bell would be Graham Lamb.  I wasn't sure how the bells would go over and if a sheep is going to get "tortured" around here...it's gonna be Grahammy.  At very least we'd always know where he was ;-).

While in close quarters in the barn yesterday the bells were maybe a bit much, but when I woke up this morning and heard the ringing through our bedroom window it made me smile.


And it doesn't seem to be slowing Graham Lamb down any.


Which is important because it takes a lot of work to maintain that svelte figure.


"Why does everyone always pick on me???"


For new readers, this isn't Graham's first Ding-a-ling post ;-).

19 comments:

Michelle said...

He is a handsome boy!

Lori Skoog said...

Love it!

Alice said...

It may be with that fashion accessory he finds himself out- standing in the field.....alone....just the way he likes it;-)

Alice said...

Graham Lamb had a bell 'round his neck
that chimed every time that he 'et. [ate]
He truly enjoyed the fact it annoyed
All the people around him he met.


(Audiologist comment)

DFW said...

He's very handsome. Those bells would drive me crazy. Wonder if the TING TING will get less 'tingy' after they get dirty. Maybe a bit of a TONG TONG.

Alice said...

Verse 2:
You see Graham likes a sharp pointy tool
To play with he thinks it is cool
To scare Sara to death
Till she gasps for a breath
Now the bell helps her find the tool fool!


( okay, I'm done)

thecrazysheeplady said...

Annoying everyone he met is a WIN! :-D

Dreaming said...

I LOVE the bells!
Before the fire news took over my blog I was working on a post about staying in a small town in Switzerland. One of the highlights of the visit, for me, was hearing the cow bells in a pasture near the house. Some day I'll get that post back up!

Tyche's Minder said...

I also immediately thought Switzerland when I played the video. Do you see the Alps when you close your eyes?

Strawberry Lane said...

That's just wonderful! Love it! Talk about peaceful!

Willow said...

I love it. We have chimes all around our farm, a small string of brass bells on our pony carts and a big old antique cow bell on our gate. I just enjoy dinga linga music.

Mary said...

Aw, Graham is wonderful, and i love his gorgeous, sweet sounding new necklace! :) (I also love the doleful look on his face.) :D

Far Side of Fifty said...

I love the sound of the bells..peaceful:)

Pam said...

Graham looks totally nonplussed-nothing is gonna stop him from motoring through that grass, and boy is he MOTORING!!! I guess a bell is small potatoes compared to the pumpkin costume he had to wear once...

Dianne MacDonald said...

It's in Graham's genes to be just fine with wearing a bell. He's probably been wondering when he was going to get one of his own (like his Ma and sister Gabby have). I love hearing the bells. It's a sweet sound, especially in the evening or early morning.

Miha Giustina said...

Love the bells! Very Swiss looking, I must say:-)!

Jenny Glen said...

My old Bob wears one when he goes outside. He's deaf and that way I always know where he is since I can't call him anymore. I love the sound. Graham's is much more fancy than Bob's.

Jenny Glen said...

Oh, I suppose I should specify for anyone other than Sara reading this comment - Bob is a dog not a sheep :)

Paula Fraker said...

Just the sound of the bell makes me smile!

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