Friday, February 6, 2015

What Are YOU Eating?


The mouth of the south - trying to bust everyone out before I was done taking pictures setting out hay.


"What are you eating, Renny?"


"Hay.  What are you eating?"


"What is Graham eating???"


Oh good grief, he's got his tongue stuck.


21 comments:

Auntie Reg said...

Maybe he thought he would have a slurpee. OOPS!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Oh my...hope he gets unstuck! Nothing as baaad as having a sore tongue:(

fjord girl said...

You and your sheep crack me up- love to read your little stories :)

Karen Battersby said...

If any sheep was ever going to get their tongue stuck I have no doubt it would be Maisie. Graham would certainly be my second choice.

MaryAnn said...

Your sheep and your commentary bring a very large smile to my face. Thank you

Lisa Smith said...

It looks like you're eating Shredded Wheat cereal, Renny!

Lisa Smith said...

It looks like you're eating Shredded Wheat cereal, Renny!

LannieK said...

OMG, don't let Maisie see!

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Jocee said...

Great photos, brilliant post.

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

OH NO!!! I remember that happening to me as a kid...but only my fingers. OUCH

thecrazysheeplady said...

She can't reach that high ;-).

thecrazysheeplady said...

It's not actually stuck. I was just being a smarty ;-).

Michaele said...

Say it isn't so! Sheep just look so comfortable in the cold.

LannieK said...

Good thing

sophy0075 said...

A stuck tongue? Sounds like a sheepy version of "A Christmas Story". Rofl!

Hilary said...

Oh my.. poor guy. I hope you were able to free him with some warm water or something. I shouldn't be laughing.. but I am. I feel sheepish now. ;)

Henny Penny said...

Your sheep are so funny talking to each other. :) Renny and her friend look a lot like the hay they are eating. Your sheep are so cute.

Tombstone Livestock said...

Snow still? I have green, green grass finally. Daffodils are blooming and I need to go pick all my broccoli and freeze it before it starts to go to seed. New record high temps several times last week, in the high 70's.

Bonnie K said...

Everything looks delicious.

Benita Story said...

Graham!!! It's never a dull moment there, is it? ;)

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