Monday, September 22, 2014

Classic Keebler

What about Keebler hasn't changed since he was a cute little baby?   The head tilt :-).










2009

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We had a really nice weekend visiting Skoog Farm and the Finger Lakes Fiber Festival.  Tilly came with us so I wouldn't be lonely she wouldn't be lonely left at home and Lori took a great picture of her and Tim as they were leaving yesterday morning :-).

My classes on Saturday were great!  The blogging/photography class was full of interesting, easy to work with, smarter than me (as usual) students and the drop spindle class was a laugh a minute riot, just the way it should be :-).

One thing I learned from the blogging group was how confusing it was to leave comments on blog posts.  "I've wanted to leave a comment and can see where others have done so, but can't figure out how to do it myself."  I actually remembered having trouble with that myself when I first started reading blogs.

Why does the Blogger default (and I think WordPress too) just say "Comments" and not "Leave a comment."?  I'm not sure and while I preached about how you could just "google" to learn how to do anything, I've spent way too much time this morning trying to figure out how to change that...and have come up with no good answers.  Anyone?

In the meantime, if you've wanted to leave a comment on a blog and couldn't figure it out, don't feel like the lone ranger.  It's a common issue and lots of folks on "how to" forums have complained about it.  Just find the word "comments" at the bottom of most blogger's posts (but sometimes at the top of a post just to keep things complicated ;-), click on that word and that should take you to an easy to fill out comment form.

Always something new to learn!  


18 comments:

Lynne said...

I am in love with this guy. I was one of your spindlers on Saturday. What a great class. I Andean plied my lumpy first attempt. Now I'm watching the clock so I can get home and practice some more. Darn this job! Thanks again!

RuusVerd said...

I think Keebler was possibly the cutest baby I have ever seen. Just don't tell Nova and Neo I said so, or they'll be mad at me. :-)

Terry said...

Oh my goodness, what a cutie! I really have to stop looking at your blog. Every time you post a lambie picture, I want one!

Lorraine said...

Sara- Fingerlakes is an amazing event. I may go again next year, as I enjoyed it so much.

Love the lambie cuteness!

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

OH, that lambie looks like he is covered in frosting curls :)

Alice said...

He certainly knows how to play your camera well ;-). One of the most photogenic lambs ever!!!

Fiona said...

Ahh Keebler really is the sweetest lamb and he looks so hopeful in his baby pictures!

Tombstone Livestock said...

Tooooo stinkin' cute, who is the other one in the 'two in a box'.

thecrazysheeplady said...

That's Graham Lamb :-D.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Some say leave a reply...Wordpress I think.. Ed's Wordpress says Leave a Comment and when you click there you get the form that says leave a reply. Sometimes the popup comment form like you have here is blocked for some people because it is considered a pop up., and if they have popups blocked it gets blocked too. It has been a long time since I looked at my own comment forms...you can leave a message near the comment form with instructions. I have learn to use a spindle on my list! :)

Tyche's Minder said...

Keebs is too cute. Really. How is it possible to be that cute?

Maureen said...

Squeee! What a cutie... am I the only one who tilted her head at those adorable photos too?

I wish I could have taken a spindle class with you as a teacher! Daughter and I learned Turkish spindle a few weeks back and I have been spinning ever since. Man, is it addictive!

sophy0075 said...

Very cute! But now he has teefers and dreds!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Now I'm going to have to go back through all those old pictures and see if there were any teefer shots. Can't remember when I started catching those. At that point I really wasn't that "into" photography. Wow, I can't imagine!

thingsherelately.com said...

You are killing me with the lamb photos. Killing me!!! I want to hold one! :)

LannieK said...

Just between us, Keebs has to be one of the cutest sheep ever! Melts your heart :-)

jenann said...

I love his little brown legs...wish I could see him standing up.
We are in mourning here, our first ever on farm fallen stock issue as our old ewe, the first lamb ever born here, died suddenly yesterday. But seeing Keebs photos has cheered me up.
Thank you Keebs!

Miha Giustina said...

One of my border collies tilts his head a hundred different ways when he listens to people talk:-).

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