Monday, February 1, 2016

The Butt Of All The Best Jokes


Graham Lamb  

April 2009 - February 2016

It was truly an honor.


57 comments:

  1. :-(
    Raise a glass! He was a such good, bad sheep... my favorite

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  2. He is now a treasured memory leaving broken hearts with his passing. Thank you for sharing him with us. I have loved his antics since the day you got him. I'm stunned.

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  3. So sorry to hear that you have lost Graham. I will miss hearing about him.

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  4. So sorry. He lived a long and good sheepy life.

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  5. I'm so sorry. One of a kind!

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  6. oh, I'm sorry to hear about sweet Graham Lamb. I so enjoyed to hear stories about him. He seemed like a sheep who made no apologies for who he was (and what he wanted :). Thank you for sharing him with us. hugs.....

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  7. Oh I am so sorry poor Graham Lamb...poor you ...the poor other sheeps too. He had a good life with you....he was special:)

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  8. A good sheep gone too soon. Be happy, Graham. You were an anchor in the flock and you leave an empty space and sad hearts. Hugs to thecrazysheeplady and St. Tim. And Hank. And all Graham's sheep buddies.

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  9. Oh No! Not Graham Lamb! My condolences to you all. How awful! xxx

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  10. Oh No! Hugs to all -- so sorry

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  11. Ohhhh! Sad news. It took me a while to find some baby Graham "Lamb" pics because I started out following his tag instead of working back in years. duh! http://myfavoritesheep.blogspot.com/2009/05/graham-lamb.html

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    1. It's fun to look back at all the GL posts. He was one of a kind for sure.

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  12. Sad news. I'm so sorry and he'll be missed

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  13. So sorry. I'll miss your Graham shots and stories. You gave him a great life.

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  14. I am going to miss his dirty fleeces and telling stories about him to those who bought his wool from us. What a great sheep he was!

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  15. Awwwwwww so sorry, hugs to everyone whom loved him to bits.

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  16. Graham! I was just starting to recognize you among the flock. I'll miss you.

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  17. So sorry about Graham. Hugs to you all.

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  18. Oh no! What a shock! I am so sorry. I remember when he and Keebs were babies. When I saw his pic on this post, I thought "I wonder what Graham is up to?"

    He was a real character.

    Sending much sympathy.

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  19. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.........KWAP!! How could this be? HUGS to all. Who will carry the BELL now ?
    Tears.

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    1. I put his bell on Andy, but I'm not sure if I will leave it. Hard to hear.

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  20. Very sorry to read the news, will miss hearing stories about Graham.

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  21. What a shock. I am so very sorry for the loss of the great and renowned Graham. He could not have had a better home and will be so very much missed.

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  22. I was so stunned to read the news that when I first commented I neglected to tell you how sorry I am for your loss. I am so very sorry and hope you are comforted in knowing what a wonderful life you provided for him and all your animal family members.

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    1. Stunned is the exact word for how I feel. That punk was supposed to live forever.

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  23. So sorry to read about Graham. Your flock was my inspiration to purchase two Soay wethers last year and focus on spinning my own fleece in 2016.

    Graham will be missed by all of us.

    Aloha sweet Graham.

    Aloha sweet Graham.

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  24. Oh Sara, I'm so very sorry. Graham was quite a character. I shall miss hearing about his antics. You gave him a truly wonderful life. RIP, dear Graham.

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  25. OH! NO! SARA! WHAT HAPPENED! I thought Graham would like for much, much longer. OH, so sad. I am crying. I am so sorry.

    Linda

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  26. I'm so sorry for you all. I hope his passing over The Rainbow Bridge is peaceful.

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  27. I am so sorry Sara. Graham was clearly a very special sheep with a large and vivid personality. Such friends always leave a huge whole when they leave us.

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  28. Shockerooo! No lamb can fill that void. :( Love you.

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  29. So sorry. It's hard to lose a foundation member of the herd.

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  30. When I saw the title of the post, I thought we were in store for another great story. But as I read on my heart sank! My heart is heavy for your loss.

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  31. This is so sad.May our love help you through.

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  32. Sara, I am so sorry! He was one heck of a punk, but in a good way. I hope he taught Andy some of his tricks, so you will have an occasional reminder of the Graham Lamb Legacy.

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  34. My sincerest condolences.

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  35. Aw, I am so sorry to read this... 2016 has been a rough year so far. Here's hoping it improves immensely. Take care.

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  36. Ohh my!! What huge sadness! So sorry to read about dear Graham's passing.
    Sending you lots of love!
    Ineke

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  37. Graham will be missed. Does the flock mourn his passing? I know how devastated my dogs are when they lose a pack member, but I don't know how sheep react. I am so sad for your loss - it really is a loss for all of us. He was blessed to have you and vice versa.

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    1. We put him down at the vet clinic so they didn't get a chance to see him. I have really been stressed about that as they DO know and understand, given the opportunity. I put his bell on Andy and several came over and punched on him at first. The bells all sound a little different so they had to know that was Graham's. :-(

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    2. On some level they knew he was sick and understood. Such a sad story, but what great memories of your classy fellow. I cannot fathom the sad stories you don't tell us from your daily experiences farming. Thank you for sharing your life on this blog; I do so look forward to reading and yes, you have gotten me addicted to jigsaw puzzles of your sheep, dogs, cats...maybe one of Graham is in the works.

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  38. Oh no, I am so sorry :-(

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  39. Oh... I am so very, very sorry. No words. Heartfelt sympathy.

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  40. How did I miss this post, and see the other one first? How can we all bear not to see Graham again?

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  41. Awwwwww really? So sorry. Dang it all. :0(

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  42. Peace Sweet Graham. Sara, I know how special he was to you (as are all of your critters). Very sorry for your loss.

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  43. I'm so sorry to hear about Graham's passing. Sara. I enjoyed his antics; he had a large personality and an even bigger attitude. You are truly special to love and care for your farm animals the way you do. Warm hugs and blessings. Jo

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  44. Graham the Lamg thought he was cool.
    He was curious about any tool.
    He could manage fine wires by finding the pliers ,
    And store bits of them in his wool.


    Rest in piece, Buddy. You had a magnetic personality, and a sharp wit.

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  45. Aw. :( I'm so sorry. (hug)

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  46. An honor for me to have met you Mr.Graham. A true honor.

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