The highs and lows of adapting to the unexpected role of curate's wife.
What a good idea! Your grass will be short and the sheep will be well-fed. A true win-win situation :-)
What a lovely surprise to find at the bottom of your garden- better than fairies!
Hello Perpetua, it's amazing how little feeding Shirley needs:-)Hi Wivna - Shirley is a lot easier to see than fairies.
Well ... I am speechless!!! I am wondering if the 'approved' name for your new addition is a reference to me ... Shirley originally from New Zealand, where there are more sheep than people!?I thoroughly approve of the name. You will find Shirley to be a true asset to your garden ... she will endear herself in your hearts. Shirley will keep the fairies entertained with her gentleness!! Lol ... I am amused [Had you called her Victoria, someone else might not have been so amused ... Enjoy your garden!]
Hi Shirley - no offence was meant. Shirley is a wonderful addition to our garden and, since our present incumbent has the other name I would have chosen, Shirley it must be. (And as The Curate pointed out Shirley is a 'she' not a 'he') But she is very placid, well mannered and the only sort sheep you should keep in a garden!!!She has hidden qualities that I will reveal later.
Hidden qualities!!! Wow! I am all agog. Lol, I am really quite 'chuffed' ... I had pet lambs as a child and still have a soft spot for sheep ... I am not offended, in fact just the opposite.
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