Saturday, November 12, 2011

Advice on those Orange Things

"Okay, so I am suppose to do what with these big orange things?" asked Bethel.

"You want me to eat them?" Bethel inquired.

"Well, they really taste bitter, kinda like tree bark," remarked Bethel.

"Good grief sis, your suppose to eat the orange stuff, not the stem.  Didn't you listen to anything Mom told you?"  Brother Wilmington said.
"No, I was busy looking cute and fluffy," Bethel replied.

6 comments:

jen said...

So your sheep have conversations together????Interesting. and just where did yo get those pumpkins sis??

IsobelleGoLightly said...

Ooo! Pumpkin! We love pumpkin but we insist that our lady cut it up for us first. Tee hee.

Christine said...

Looking cute and fluffy is what sheep do best! LOL

Nancy K. said...

You may want to try smashing the pumpkin hard on the ground so it breaks up first. That way the sheep can get at the seeds (the part that is a natural dewormer) and the pulp (the part that tastes REALLY good)...

Gettin' any eggs from those chickens yet? Just wondering what the Thanksgiving menu is going to be.

;-)

melanie said...

Yea...what Nancy said...

kristi said...

Jen,
I have magical sheep! Pumpkins came from Amish Country, they were 50% off on Friday, Mom has your rye bagels btw:)

Isobelle,
They are great treats!

Christine,
I am also using the cute & fluffy approach now that I am somewhere in my 40's....

Nancy,
I do slice them in half. Bethel was just cracking me up trying to figure out what they were, she is her own little sheepie. As for the chickens, they are still on the "S" list.......

Melanie,
Thanks for stopping by!