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Re: an impulse buy

Post by C_B » Mon Apr 07, 2008 2:49 pm

haha. At least she has a loving owner. Maybe someday she can have a young one!



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Re: an impulse buy

Post by Nicki » Tue Apr 08, 2008 6:14 pm

LOL you've done spoiled her!!! That's so cute! :lol:
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Re: an impulse buy

Post by millipede » Tue Apr 08, 2008 8:47 pm

:lol:
You should have seen her when I was selling her. I let her out of the van and set her on the ground. Back when I first had bought her, she'd just follow me wherever I went. But, by this point in time, she wasn't quite as interested in me. She ran to other people in the parking lot, including a young girl. I just no she was looking for my daughter. It was kind of sad in a way.
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Re: an impulse buy

Post by C_B » Wed Apr 09, 2008 2:27 pm

Haha im sure it was... At least she didnt act like she wanted to stay with you im sure that would have made it harder...

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Re: an impulse buy

Post by millipede » Wed Apr 09, 2008 5:50 pm

yeah, that would have been difficult I bet.

Well, I do miss her a little. Nobody has mentioned her though... That's good.
Although, a day or two after I sold her I made a lamb sound and my daughter started whining. :cry:

But, I must say I sure enjoy having one less thing to take care of.
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Re: an impulse buy

Post by C_B » Wed Apr 09, 2008 9:52 pm

Haha poor thing... Thats true and just be glad that you no longer have to pay for medicine when it gets older...

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Re: an impulse buy

Post by millipede » Wed Apr 09, 2008 10:30 pm

yeah, that was another consideration. We don't like to medicate anything. We don't even have pain killers in the house for headaches or anything.

I did happen to find a book for sale online that has natural ways to raise sheep... looked interesting, but yet another expense that I just really am not ready for.
Some day... maybe...
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Re: an impulse buy

Post by C_B » Thu Apr 10, 2008 9:53 pm

Not to get off track but what do you do for headaches? Stomach aches?

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Re: an impulse buy

Post by millipede » Thu Apr 10, 2008 10:28 pm

that is another subject :lol:
For the most part, just live with it. Headaches don't last forever. No sense it putting drugs in my system, especially when most never work anyway.
I find that if I eat right and take care of myself, I don't have many problems.

but, anyway...
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Re: an impulse buy

Post by blue01 » Tue Apr 29, 2008 8:49 pm

I realize its been a few weeks since we aquired Lucy from you, Milli, but she's been absoloutely fun to have! :D She believes she's a dog now. And she's grumpy with me because we're weaning her, and I'm only feeding her half a bottle per day. Now she's also mad because we recently got my 3 market lambs, and she absoloutely HATES them. :roll: Crazy sheep. Our two Boer nannies both had twins today and every time they "baaa" she goes running to them.

I'll try to get pictures of her tomorrow to send to you.

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