Thursday, January 10, 2013

Fiber

Thanks a lot, Browning.
This is why my sheep wear suits. At least the main part of the fleece stays clean!

That's it for today from . . .

16 comments:

Laura said...

Was it he that was shaking the hay bag this afternoon? He looks like a likely suspect...

Mama Pea said...

I believe that's called really getting into your food!

Ruth Dixon said...

Hey Michelle, I keep meaning to tell you how many compliments I get on my beautiful scarf. Thank you so much, it makes me smile every time I wear it.

melanie said...

hahahahahahaha...got a few of those myself!

Mary Ann said...

Now I totally understand!

Michelle said...

No, but the rams probably look like this now, too.

Michelle said...

I just wish he'd get his food INTO himself, not ON himself!

Michelle said...

You're most welcome - I'm so glad you like it!

Michelle said...

What, scarecrows? ;-)

Michelle said...

:-)

Susan said...

I hate to even think about cleaning my lots' fleece this spring. I swear they roll in it! Bet you can't stay mad at that sweet face...

Moldy Old Crone said...

So this is some of the neck fleece I've volunteered to come up and clean? LOLOL I can see I need to put on my big girl panties for this one! I stand forewarned.

Michelle said...

If it's any comfort, Sue, I did pull off the big pieces! ;-)

Michelle said...

Oh, I never was mad at the mess; I just wish he didn't bully the others to hog the hay!

Kelly said...

Awww, that's so cute that he's decorated himself to impress you. It's shame he doesn't know that his LACK OF decoration would make more of a positive impression on you.
This picture made me smile......because I have the same thing going on at my house, they seem to do it on purpose.

erica said...

Lol. Mine do the same thing. I need to buy some coats.