Is it just me, or does this look like a “Pooh gets stuck in Rabbit’s front door” moment waiting to happen?
We are learning to live with sheep. We have bought our first round bale of hay (as opposed to those little square bales that work just fine when you have three tiny goats). And we have an appointment for shearing late next week. I can’t wait to watch that! An old guy who has been doing this for a very long time is coming out to the farm to shear them and will also trim their hooves. That’s good cuz I’m still halfway scared of them. It has taken them no time at all to associate me with food and I’m not quite comfortable yet when there is a thousand pounds of sheep running toward me.
I’m sure I’ll be totally down with that any day now.
I really love them.
And they may not love me yet, but they really love hay.
You just go on and stick your whole face in there, hon.
I think you look beautiful wearing your food. Like you did it on purpose. Like it’s a statement.
And don’t you let anyone tell you any different.
So much has been going on lately, I haven’t mentioned that on Sunday, Jean Snedegar from West Virginia Public Radio came out here to interview me.
She also interviewed the chickens.
West Virginia Public Radio reaches throughout the state and into some areas of surrounding states. The program with my interview will also be available online. I’ll post more when I hear about the scheduling of the broadcast!