Goodnight Dollface and "little one". I'll be well and truly asleep when the name is announced. Actually we don't need any more sheep here. We already have 60 million. More sheep than people you realise. There's only 4 million people so perhaps I'll withdraw MISSY as a name.
We got 1.75 inches of rain out of what was probably that same storm that moved through here last night. I did get to spend some time shop vac'ing water out of the root cellar. We did need some moisture, so we shouldn't complain, eh? At any rate, tomorrow is another day. Hope yours will be more restful. And thanks for providing this "forum of fun" re: Sae, formerly known as yellow 21.
Hope you guys are ok! I always sleep better in a storm, but then I don't have lots of sheep to corral...LOL! Take care,
As long as you're all okay, I can wait forever :-)Have a good nights sleep... :-)
Only a true farmer would go out into a thunder storm to save her soggy sheep. You have guts girl. Please tell me you brought your lightening rod with you.
Argh! Must...know...name of sheep!Hope everyone's okay, FG. I saw some nasty stuff on the radar.
I cant stand it any longer.I think Im going to implode. Oh no, to late....
Hey there, FG. Hope you're staying dry and safe.Amy
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