Friday, December 29, 2006

Sheep Saturday


I realized that the sheep had been sorely neglected on my blog lately -

This is Gabriel (in Black) & Tara (in fawn) They were over to visit with Thorson for a couple of weeks between Thanksgiving & Christmas - We're pretty sure he "did his thing" and they have gone back to their home at our friend Nancy's farm. The same day we moved the girls, we moved Thorson to his new home at Karen's. She was very excited about having him come join her flock, although, I haven't heard anything from her for a week. I hope her place is still in one piece...

So, this is who we've go left, - the goofballs - (aka, Gizmo, the Wizard and Cimarron) and 5 of these girls, but, I'm really bad at remembering which ones are which -






I can pick out Pearl & Gwendolyn - they are the "babies" - AnnaDee, Susie & another one, whose name escapes me right now, probably because it is almost midnight - and I still have a few Christmas presents to wrap - We're going to my sister's for an overnighter - to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary & have a belated Christmas with my sisters & their families! So have a great weekend & Happy New Year from the flock at Marietta Shetlands & their shepherd & his wife (that would be me)

6 comments:

vlb5757 said...

I was so happy to see the sheep today. It's nice to get a little slice of country life in all the madness of city life during the holidays. I still have my fingers crossed that we will have that country dream!

Anonymous said...

Great pics, Tina...but where's the Shepherd? ;-)

All the best and have a very Happy New Year!

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

Ah, I didn't realize that DH is the shepherd! That explains why the dear little sheepies' names are not rolling off your tongue...

Anonymous said...

You have "The Goofballs" and I have "The Do-Da Sisters". Maybe we should get them together?! That would make the results "The Goofball-Do-Das"!
(Sheesh! Maybe I need to open one of those bottles of port we brought back from NZ)

Happy New Year, Dear Friends!

Anonymous said...

Have a blessed New Year!

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year, Tina! I love your sheep pics. Somewhere deep down inside me there is a desire to have a little spinners flock (totally impossible) so I love enjoying yours.