Thursday, December 25, 2008

Dear Santa -

Please Mr. Santa, could you make all this snow go away?

Thank you.

Your friend, H.B.

P.S. I really like those blackberry flavored treats that The Shepherd gives us sometimes - could you bring me a package? I promise I'll share.....

10 comments:

Karen Jo said...

Oh, H.B., I feel for you. I hope that it warms up some and that you get your blackberry treats. A very Merry Christmas to all of you.

Parker said...

Brrrrrr!
We wish all of you a very Merry Christmas!

Donna said...

Poor H.B.! I hope he gets some treats from Santa for Christmas.

Tammy said...

Merry Christmas H.B. and all! What are these blackberry flavored treats? Sounds like something some sheepies I know might like! :-)
Tammy

THE ZOO said...

Merry Christmas. H.B. send that snow ta us and we will taked it so yoo dont hafe to.

Wrensong Farm said...

Yes, please Santa take all this blankety blank snow and give it to people that want/need it....we're done with it here in W. WA!! Merry Christmas!!

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

We're thawing some down here, so we'll try to will it up your way, too! Merry Christmas!

Tina T-P said...

Well last night when H.B. gave me his message for Santa, the snow was on it's way out due to warm winds but overnight? We got another 6-7" of the blinking stuff - The Shepherd is not pleased.

Tammy - the blackberry treats are called Haystack Horse Treats - Wild Berry Delight. Manufactured by Haystack Farms & Feeds in Culver Oregon (541) 475-2319. The Shepherd uses them as rewards when he is halter training and for occasional treats or when he is trying to tame up new ewes. The ingredients are sun cured chopped alfalfa hay, ftuit bits and berry flavoring and they are pressed into little 1-2" logs. He breaks them up into little sheep sized bites and let me tell you, those little sheepies will just about do anything for a little chunk of one of these babies. T.

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

Horses love those treats, too! I rarely buy them because they are more expensive than others that the horses like well enough, but I might just have to buy a bag for the sheepies. :-)

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