Middle-aged homesteader meets reality.
Wow, you could just bring them inside and use them as throws, or sandwich yourself between them on the couch.
Aw, give them a hug for me too! Cute photos :) I'm just catching up on all your posts, but stay safe during the storm,okay?!
Your sheep are so sweet, like family pets.Great pictures! Continue hugging them as long as you can :-)
YOu can tell they loved the hugs also.
Ah how cute!
Those are the coolest sheep! Alas, alack, I can't get mine shorn so I have to stick with hair sheep.
So sweet! I'll hug my dog who is sometimes mistaken for a sheep by other dogs. :-)
Awww. Very sweet. New fan here and I’d like to invite you to join us at the Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week!http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2012/10/clever-chicks-blog-hop-5-happy-hen.html I hope to see you there!Cheers!KathyThe Chicken Chick
Carolyn Renee - I bet they would love that - especially if there were graham crackers involved.
Erin - You and the 'boys', as well. We are as prepared as we can be.
Sandy - Almost everything has pet status here, LOL!
Michelle - What you don't see are the graham crackers in my pockets!
Nancy - They are very huggable!
Petey - There is a lot to be said for hair sheep! Icelandics are usually shorn twice a year - but I did not have them shorn this fall.
Linda - Yes, your sweet dog is certainly lamb-like in the best sense of the term!
Kathy - Greetings! I will have to hop over...
Isn't every day Hug A Sheep Day? Baahahahha I love my Woolly : )
Awww what nice sheepies :-). Happy Hug a Sheep Day!
EVERY day should be hug a sheep day!! :)Stay safe up there from the big storm!
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