Friday, June 10, 2011

How to Make a Llama Smile

It appears all it takes to make a llama really, really happy is to give them a big barn with a dirt floor. Thelma and Louise moved into their permanent home today. I wish I would have had my video camera handy. They took one step in, looked around, then flung themselves to the floor and started dust bathing.

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They were absolutely gleeful.

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Dirty but gleeful.

christinesig

12 comments:

Snappy Di said...

I love those girls! I'd give anything to be that cute. LOL

DI

Jessica said...

Look at those happy faces! What blessings!

Milah said...

LOL! That look is priceless!

I'm gonna tell Mom! said...

I love that smiling face!
kim

Grammy said...

That is a genuine gleeful smile!!! And I love it!

AutumnSkyRanch said...

They know how lucky they are to have found you.

Sweettoothe said...

LOL...they are so stinkin' cute!!! I wish we could raise a couple! :) At least I can read about yours! Thank you for sharing your stories!!!

Wendy said...

Thelma's got a look on her face as if she's thinking: "You're a funny looking one, but you're all right."

Sheila said...

What beautiful faces they have. I think the girls love their new home!

Mary Ann said...

Christine, your girls already look so MUCH better! My llamas love to roll in the dirt even on the hottest days... they will lay there and then roll and roll! Your barn looks like a wonderful home for them.

Danni said...

I absolutely love how you've embraced "life with llamas"! Your girls crack me up!! I do need to warn you, sometimes the smellier the dirt - the better. My Kai llama adores rolling in the donkeys' stall bedding ...right after they've left and... before I've had a chance to clean it out! Ewwwwww
:-)

Connie said...

Ilove your blog and those faces speak to my heart. I would be hugging on those all day long. Thanks for sharing all the pictures with us.
I am located in Indiana too but the middle of the state - east of Indianapolis,
Hugs,
Connie