Middle-aged homesteader meets reality.
Susan,Norman is a handsome little thing. When will he be all yours?
Hi Sandy! He'll be all mine after the 15th. This should shake up the duo of Juno and Linden!
Oooh, handsome guy! But he's a wether? That means he won't . . . so he's not for . . . there will be no increase in your herd?
Mama Pea - Yes. No, he won't. No, he's not. Bingo!!! xoxo
lol. both of you.
Oh, the wonderful wool Norman will share with you! (Second only to fine Shetland, I'm sure. ;-)
Michelle - I have to admit it was love at first sight of that beautiful crimp! And so nice to have a sheep that can be coated! I do love my Icelandics, but holey moley do they get festooned with VM...
Handsome boy :-D.
CSL - Isn't he? And a nice personality, to boot!
Awesome, not the 2 legged variety, but this one will be lots less trouble, Congratulations.
TL - Yes, it's easier to ignore Norman - I just shut the house door. He's a little leggier than my short, fluffy Icelandics, but they have him on fluffiness. I figure that should even the odds.
Oh, much better than a man! (I know, crazy thought) He's wonderful. Congratulations. I ache for sheep, but we have NO pasture. At. All. Congratulations on your soon to be new addition!
He should give you some outstanding fiber!!!
What a cutie pie!