Sunday, April 4, 2010

New Fleece on Life



Ladies and Gentlemen,

We are proud to introduce the newest addition to our family. He came to us on St. Paddy's Day, therefore, his name is Cormac the magnificent. He's a little skittish still and he eats like no tomorrow, but Rogue likes him....she better, they're neighbors! They're like sheeps passing in the night, hope he doesn't turn into little sheep of horrors and let's hope for lots of sheep thrills. Ok, I'll stop before I have to go on the lamb. Anyways....







So the other day I sang to him and I taught a couple of the FFA kids this song...


Mares eat oats and does eat oats and little lambs eat ivy, a kid'll eat ivy too, wouldn't you? (sing it fast)


Yeah, I know I'm strange but I'd like to think I'm expanding narrow minds...BTW, not only do my daughters know this song, but my 3 squirrely grandson sing it too! Thanks for mutton...

17 comments:

  1. Get all that sheep out of your system yet? He is cute but his earrings dont match. No more Tom Woolery please.

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  2. Mutton like someone tryin' to pull the wool over our eyes, and April 1st has come and gone-but he really is a little tweedie...damn, it's contaigious....=op

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  3. Nice sheep

    Hugs RosieP x

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  4. OMG this is up my alley....you know me...I love silly things and animals and songs and imagination and...

    Your new background and color are simply refreshing, Bunny! What a cute little feller you have here! Thanks for coming by dearest...Anita

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  5. What a darling little lamb! I know that song... memorized when my son was a babe. (some girls think he is now too, ha!)

    Gwen

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  6. Cute lamb!!! Love the song too!!!
    xxxx

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  7. I always tell my kids..."you're weird...good thing I like weird." :) So that must be why I like you so much :) Adorable little guy!

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  8. Gee thanks... now I'll be singing that all day long.

    I'm looking at you sidebar. It has all my favs from my 50's childhood.

    I recently bought a hula hoop at WalMart... thinking I would use it to get my waist back. I used to be a champ at it... now I can't get it to go around once!

    Talk to you soon ;)
    Bunny Jean

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  9. Bunny honey you always make me think I am at the wrong site...girlfriend you change things around like its not hard to do at all....hahaha
    Love this look too...now I am confused and don't know which one is my favorite...
    Cute song I can actually see you singing it to the kids and the kid...hahaha
    Hope Easter was a blessing for you
    Love
    Maggie

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  10. I just love your Etch a Sketch banner and new background. How fun! Where do you find all this blog stuff? Okay, that song -- never, ever heard it before in my life. Your little lamb isn't so little anymore. I can look around me at any given time and find chicken, sheep and goats wandering around -- no residential restrictions in this country. :) HAve a great day Bunny dear! Tammy

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  11. Ahhhh so cute! I love that song....brings back some memories. Of course we sang as kids too. I can't believe some have never heard of it. But that's the difference between growing up in the city and the country. I guess.

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  12. He's darling!
    And I know that song too, I'm officially old, LOL!

    Have a wonderful Wednesday!
    Anne

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  13. "Hiroshima"......I know that song too!!!!

    Nice lamb!!

    Blessings friend,

    Jo

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  14. I know that little ditty as well. Use to sing it all the time and now that you've put it on my mind.....I'll be singing it in my sleep....LOL

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  15. Hey Bunny, I remember that song from some old movie. It's cute and so is Cormac the Magnificent and the new look of your blog. Love it. Did you feel the earthquake too?

    ~Bonnie

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  16. What a cutie!!! love the new background!!

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