Friday, January 11

woolly lurve. . .


 
he's moved in to the field next to our house and every morning
he waits at the fence for a piece of carrot and a head scratch. . .
 
 
I'm in love!
Baaa!

17 comments:

Vintage Sheet Addict said...

He's lovely! I would be ewe! :) x

OhSoVintage said...

Oh he's lovely. What nice neighbours you have!

Molly said...

He's gorgeous. Love him.

Winkel's Crazy Ideas said...

He is gorgeous!! Wouldn't mind having a neighbour like that :-). Looks as if we will be neighbouring highland cattle up at the farm next year. Will be exciting, though l do find them slightly intimidating :-) all the best, Pam

Hen said...

Oooh I love him...fluffy!
Hen x

Terry said...

What a doll!

Susan T said...

Quite the sex symbol among sheep, our lot round here are very scraggy.

Su said...

Isn't he gorgeous, I can see why you're in love!

Andi's English Attic said...

So sweet! xx

Jee said...

Oh, I wish he was living next to me!

BadPenny said...

awww gorgeous x

BettyJean @ ShabbyTeaParty said...

OMGosh he has the sweeeetest face. So So Adorable, I'd love to give him a big hug, he looks so soft and fluffy!

Sylvia said...

Oh, such a cutie !
Nice Sunday,
Sylvia

nilly said...

Me too! I wish I knew which breed he is. My favourite is the Romney Marsh - very cuddly!

menopausalmusing said...

I can totally see why you are sooooo smitten, what a handsome lad!

delia hornbook said...

aahhh he is gorgeous infact he looks like the ragdoll cat i have just forstered for a few weeks :-) dee xx

The French Bear said...

Is that a baby doll sheep? I love him anyway, soooo sweet, what a treasure to have in your backyard, lol.
Hugs,
Mags
xx

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