She May Need Some Therapy

Apr
15


Jester’s indignity! After she broke out of the pen where we were holding the sheep before they were sheared and was recaptured, she suffered the same undressing by the shearer as everyone else. I don’t think this did anything to improve her attitude.

But–I bet the babies are enjoying having all that wool out of the way when they’re nursing her!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 15, 2010  

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  1. 4-15
    5:43
    am

    :lol: No, that doesn’t look like a very dignified way of ANYTHING happening to her! She doesn’t look as naked as the Cotswolds do though, maybe it’s the horns, they balance things out.

  2. 4-15
    6:25
    am

    AHHH FREEDOM!! Her new summer doo..Thanks for sharing.

  3. 4-15
    6:47
    am

    Does having the “spotted” wool just blend together to make gray? Having the solid, light colors seems easier to work with.

    How is our dear BP this morning. I was worried she might be the one needing therapy!!!

  4. 4-15
    7:08
    am

    Jan, the Jacob wool makes a (naturally) variegated yarn.

  5. 4-15
    8:32
    am

    who cleared off the kitchen table????????

  6. 4-15
    9:58
    am

    You always have to get used to a new haircut!

  7. 4-15
    10:25
    am

    Hope all the newly shorn do not get sun burned.

  8. 4-15
    6:02
    pm

    Oh my Suzanne,

    She looks like she was kicking and screaming all the way! Glad to see she was fine when it was all over with! :sheep:

  9. 4-18
    5:41
    pm

    “I will KILL you ALL!” Looks like that’s what she’s thinking in picture #2. lol

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