I hope Liddy lets Saint Tim drive:)
A Collar Sheep. :-) Ready for a ride!My Wilbur was stray for the first year of his life, and he looooved being a Collar Dog. Show him a collar, and he was RIGHT THERE, asking to have it put on him.Now maybe this is because he was very clear that he had to have a collar, so a leash could be attached and he could go for a walk, I don't know, but even if we weren't near a door, if you showed him a collar, he was READY to have it put on!I'm sure he missed being able to wander the neighborhood at his whim, as he could have done as a collarless dog, but I'm also sure that if he had to choose, collar or no collar, he'd have picked COLLAR! with no hesitation............. Though he often thought what the monkeys decreed was stupid, at best, they did provide cowshes, pillows, blankets, central heating, and regular (if stingy) meals............... A fair trade for the delights (and problems) of the open road!
She's getting big
I hope she did the grocery shopping for you while she was in town.
She's growing so fast. What is the age for a sheep to get her learner's permit?
I was going to ask that. When she reaches adolescence, she'll definitely want the keys to the car/truck!
She doesn't need a learners permit she has the best chauffeurs
Next thing you know she'll want to go fishing with Tim! Hey it could happen !!
A good looking guy in a truck? Heck yeah she'll ride with him. I bet he even let her pick the radio station!
Sing it with me... She's got personality, o-o personality....
I love how they are BOTH smiling!
What a wonderful picture! The perfect way to start the day!
Are they related?
Makes me smile!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.comhttps://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/sherlock-boomer
What a character! :D
Just.Too.Cute. What a great photo! Liddy is a character :-)
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