The Shepherd and The Sheepcote

"When dusk falls, shepherds lead their sheep to a safe place to spend the night, where wolves or other predators cannot prey on the sleeping sheep. Usually the shepherd builds a stone enclosure with a small opening and he calls the sheep one by one into the sheepcote for the night. When all the sheep are safely inside the sheepfold, he will lie down in the opening so that nothing can come in the only door to harm the sheep.

The Shepherd always protects The Sheep!"

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

"What's for supper tonight?"

The Icelandic lambs are all growing like crazy but in this picture one of the girls is a little short for the taller the $64,000 question, the one that has plagued home makers for years, the eternal dilema, the single thing that can send you into a tail-spin all day...thinking of one thing and suddenly wanting something else...."WHAT IS FOR SUPPER TONIGHT?"   Not that this little gal had much choice.  By the way, I wonder what is for supper tonight, I have about two hours, I suppose I should think of something pretty soon.....

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