This first picture is of Z acting like a normal sheep this morning. Nothing special...other than her being a beautiful ewe with a winning personality. I'd say if she could talk she'd be saying, "Nothing to see...move along people." She eats, she hangs out with Tucker, she hangs out with the other sheep. Totally normal. Don't let it fool you.
This second picture is of Z in her normal state. I know the picture is blurry, but it's not easy capturing her running full out on camera. She's quick. Greyhound quick. This is the first time I've caught her on camera like this. Usually by the time I get the camera and focus she's back to fooling everyone. This morning she got Little Man in the act, both running and leaping, not a care in the world. Maybe the grass was ticklish between her toes and got her going. Naw, she's just a happy-go-lucky girl. By the way, I took the first picture after the second because as soon as she saw me with the camera she stopped. Oh, and if you squint you can see where Little Man is in the rooing process. He may look like a half-sheared goat, but he was out there having a blast with his little sister, Z,..until they noticed the camera. Smiling & Waving, Sharon
I'm the queen of our farm, although the animals haven't figured that out yet. My title is Head Chicken Wrangler, but most days I'm called Mom. Life is a comedy and I plan on documenting it.