She is just the sweetest thing. Cary has changed my view on sheep. Not that I had a "view" on sheep but there are probably less than 5 farms in our county that have sheep, and I never really paid attention to them. I pass one of those "sheep farms" every day on the way to work, and now glance over and think there's probably a few adorable little Cary's in the herd! It brightens the day by association just to see sheep!
I bet she wants you to bring the rest of it down to "Cary height" too!
Gee, with all the good fresh fruit and veg you eat, you must be real regular. lol.Hey, I haven't found a picture of farm girl....Where are you? Iv'e seen your farm and sheep already...
I am with Sunidesus -- I bet Cary would love it bunches for you to bring everythign down to her height.. the goats here get all shades of excited when we bring them a "freshly cut" branch off of a tree. (A tree that is causing damage and needs to be removed anyway)
Oh, I'll be making frequent visits for sheep fixes. Our guest sheep are moving to a new home now (future farmers of America student owned them, we just hosted them). She's sold them to a younger student who enjoy having them, I'm sure. I'll miss their sweet little faces and sheep straw mulch.
So so cute! I can imagine her standing under the bushes looking up hungrily at the branches out of her reach ;)
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