Friday, September 24, 2010

Of Fall and Sheep

Hands down Fall is my favorite time of year for so many reasons.........crisp mornings, dew on my rubber farm boots, chocolate chip pumpkin cookies, sweaters on a cool evening, crunchy leaves on a walk with the dogs, and just so many fun Fall decorations!!

I am addicted to Autumn decorations...............

..........they just make me smile way too much. There is just a comfort walking around the yard seeing pumpkins and scarecrows just smiling back at me:)



And just as good as Fall decorations is taking a sneak peek at what is brewing under sheepy wool! I just love the color and feel of Fletcher's wool but maybe I should get him a coat to keep that debris out? I am going to coat the new Romneys this winter......it will be my first endeavor with coats on sheep.


Fletcher and I just love each other! He loves attention....can you tell? He is the most mellow wether and who can resist those lips? LOL

So of Fall and Sheep........its the Best Time of the Year!


























Thursday, September 23, 2010

September Sales Update 9/23

I updated my sales blog this evening.  For those of you who have emailed me personally, thank you for your inquiries and please email any more questions you have!  Hopefully, the sheep will be in a better picture-taking mood this weekend as 88 degree weather does not make sheep smile:)

Please click on the sales blog link to the right

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Hug Practice

A few days ago I read that there is a "Hug A Sheep" Day brewing for possibly October 30th on Punkin Patches blog site.  I have not heard of any confirmations but I love the idea and would love to support it in any way I can.  Today I thought I would get a practice photo since my Dad was over and was apply to take my picture with one of the sheep.  Bennington, my Black Cotswold wether, is truly one of my most huggable sheep.  He would let me hug and love on him for hours.  He loves his daily hugs and I just love giving him one every day!


Have You Hugged Your Sheep or Animal Today?