“I never seem to have what I need when I need it. I’m going to make a belt-bag that’s bigger on the inside than on the outside, and just carry everything with me.”
posted by Roxie Matthews @ 6:37 AM
11:09 AM , td said...
I think it wants to go home with you. :)
11:15 AM , tlbwest said...
Ah, sheep. Funny critters. Serious herd mentality - one runs, everybody runs - so tempting for dogs. But raise them as "bummers"-lambs that for whatever reason the ewes can't or won't raise - and they have great, quirky personalities, and definitely think they are people and not sheep.Someone on the back road to the Long Beach peninsula, Wash. side, has a small heard of perhaps 2 doz. black sheep, not sure what variety, though they have furry faces. She must be a spinner!When I used to drive to Sweet Home all the time, there was a similar small herd just outside of Lebanon.I have some handspun from a Lebanon thrift shop that I like to think came from that herd.
12:32 PM , Benita said...
Oh my goodness! I just want to sink my fingers into that fleece!!!
5:37 AM , Donna Lee said...
I think the sheeps with the black faces are my favorite. They just look friendly.And I can't believe no one watched your basket making! I think that would be fascinating.
6:00 AM , Amy Lane said...
Awww... no resisting that!
7:17 AM , Kate said...
I am such a sucker for those little (or big!) black faces. Sheep are mostly very friendly, and I love introducing myself to them--they all do the same thing! Sniff, sniff, chomp. For some reason, they love my shirts.
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