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.
Carolyn Renee - I bet they would love that - especially if there were graham crackers involved.
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?!
Erin - You and the 'boys', as well. We are as prepared as we can be.
Your sheep are so sweet, like family pets.Great pictures! Continue hugging them as long as you can :-)
Sandy - Almost everything has pet status here, LOL!
YOu can tell they loved the hugs also.
Michelle - What you don't see are the graham crackers in my pockets!
Ah how cute!
Nancy - They are very huggable!
Those are the coolest sheep! Alas, alack, I can't get mine shorn so I have to stick with hair sheep.
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.
So sweet! I'll hug my dog who is sometimes mistaken for a sheep by other dogs. :-)
Linda - Yes, your sweet dog is certainly lamb-like in the best sense of the term!
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
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!