Monday, January 11, 2010

It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time

I can't help but think that at some point Graham Lamb will be saying just that.

I was trying to get a picture of Hank off to my left and looked down to see this developing at my feet. Apparently contemplating taking on Ford was not a one time only thought by our young hero.



Son, you need to go play Wild Kingdom with someone more your own size.



Seriously. I'm going to walk away and leave you with your head intact and a little shred of dignity.



(Whirl, whirl, crunch, shriek, grind, whirl, whirl, crunch - Graham's brain "working"). Man, I really think I can take him.



No, just trust me on this one, kid. Just trust me.



Snow is definitely Hank's color. That's Elizabeth in the foreground.

11 comments:

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

can pick out each of your individual sheep at a glance?

colleen said...

The young 'uns have to test their skills, and boundaries!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Yes, I can pick them all out by a glance. I can pick most of them out by voice as well :-).

Alice said...

Has anyone told GL that he does NOT have any horns? Just how would he defend himself if Ford ever took him on? Good grief! He is not even one year old yet! Do you intervene, or does this just quietly work itself out? Yikes!

Dianne MacDonald said...

Ah, that boy!! Does he have confidence or what? (and Alice, have you seen that big boney head on Graham? I dare say it's hard enough to take quite a lick!)

Ed said...

Just give him time and hope you are around with a camera when he does..:-))

Lori Skoog said...

Looks like you are pretty cold down there. What a crazy winter.

DayPhoto said...

You are a fozen wonderland. Brrrr. Not my idea of Tobacco country.

GL will get bonked one day, just like any teenager pushing the limits with Dad...humm And then what?

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

Barbara's Spot on the Blog said...

You're a sheep whisper, reading their minds!

dibear said...

Looks like he is feeling his oats, and Hank wants nothing to do with it. LOL

Anonymous said...

I work in our local workers' compensation system. One of our directors explained the high level of accidents to young men as 'testoserone poisoning'. I think that is what Graham Lamb has.

Ford is very handsome, isn't he? Love those horns.

Leah

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