Blue Eyes Smiling at Me
Okay, so maybe it’s blue skies but I’m not too sure how the lyrics of that song go. My baby doesn’t mind, she likes it how ever I sing it to her. But that’s not the reason of my post. I am talking about blue EYES smiling at me! For example:
This little tyke was born on the eleventh, and is one in two ewes born to Mud Ranch’s Beatrice (her friends call her Bea) and to Kenleigh’s Douglas or “Dudley.” Dudley had a date with Bea this past fall and besides my mother in law’s pet ewe, Phoebe, that’s all the dates Dudley had! But, he produce two gorgeous ewe lambs for me and two for my ma-in-law, Charlie. Charlie is proud of her girls, Grace & Mercy, Mercy being a very sought after lilac but of course, Charlie will be keeping her girls so they’re not up for grabs. I am extremely happy that Dudley has produce blue eyed babes for me in these two new girls. We’ll probably be retaining them as I’d like to breed them to Debonaire and I hope to get blue eyed lilacs, if that’s at all possible. That’s what is on the fore front of my mind though, and hopefully it’ll come true. We’ll find out next year!
I’ll have to go over to the “studly hang out” otherwise known as my parent’s house where the boys are and take some photos for you. Debonaire and Dudley are enjoying eachother’s company and are, I’m sure, dreaming of fall when they’ll once again be matched with some beautiful ewes to create more beautiful lambs like these two new girls.
If you can think of some names for these blue eyed beauties, (we prefer more old fashioned, exotic, or elegant) please leave me a comment! I’d love to hear your suggestions.