Thursday, May 19, 2011

Seven Days

Remember dirty Shirley and how I wanted to wash her?

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Well I thought after I sheared her I’d have plenty of time to go back and snap a picture of her all nice and clean to show you her true color.

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Then I found her decorated with burrs. One week. She stayed clean for one week.  That means 51 weeks of looking at her filthy body again.

Slob.

christinesig

9 comments:

D Brown - IL, USA said...

but she's happy...

MilkMaid09 said...

Same goes for the cows. . . They stay "clean" for about an afternoon. You can usually tell the ones that have been shown in 4-H because they're the ones w/ considerably less burrs since they've been shaved.

Karen Anne said...

She looks gorgeous to me :-)

I'm gonna tell Mom! said...

I can over look her burrs to see that lovely black coat. I think I love all your sheep.
kim

Kris said...

Hello. I am your newest follower. I am new to chicken farming. I adore my chickens!!! But I am learning along the way. I hope to find some good info here!!! Great blog!

Robin said...

She probably looks dirtier because of the dark fleese. I love how you love each of your animals.

Sandi said...

I have been following your blog for a couple months now....I love your writing!!! Girl,,, you should publish your stories. I just wanted to say how i enjoy them, and have a great day!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Oh, I can feel your pain!

sheepsclothing said...

What is it about the black sheep? My little Chone is always a mess too! Maybe everything just shows up more against the black fleece?