Thursday, May 31, 2012

Our New Lawn Mower

Here's our new way of cutting the grass.
 Meet Peppy

She refused to stay with the other sheep. Having been a bottle fed lamb, she had no 
flock identity. She ran straight to the house and told us she belonged with people, not 
"icky" old sheep. We hired her for lawn duty. D3 adopted her.

Pep stretching to get a clover. She sticks her neck out as far as possible
to reach for grass and clover. She loves to talk to everyone who comes up 
to the house. We're thinking of making her our farm mascot.
Baaa!

"Hi, I'm Pep. Ms. Patrice told  me to remind you that there's a NuNaturals giveaway here. I'm waiting for the company to make a bottle of lawn flavored stevia. Clover? Oh, well. Check it out! Baaa.



Thursday Favorite Things

23 comments:

  1. That's the cutest little lawn mower I've ever seen. Ms. Patrice, I'm so sorry about the e-mail you sent...if it went to my g-mail account....I forget about having it and rarely check it. Send me your questions to wiseoldowldesigns@comcast.net and I will try my best to answer you questions. I have an Etsy site, but have never posted anything on there. I try to sell locally so I won't have the hassle of packing and shipping. I just recently put some of my items in a local shop that is just getting started with hand-made items!!! HOPE you have a great day!!!

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  2. That's a mighty cute lawn mower :-).

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  3. I've always thought that would be the best lawn mower. No one would ever get me one, though LOL

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  4. Now that is a very cute lawn mower. B

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  5. It's a hard job, but someone's got to do it!

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  6. I'll take that brand of lawn mower any day! She's darn cute!

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  7. What a great lawn mower model. I fertilize, weed and mow your lawn and it is self powered. Awesome machine disguised as a brown hair dog with long legs and a goat's head. You were really lucky to find such a new model. I love it, your lawn will always look good. JB

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  8. i'd like to borrow her to edge around the house. :)

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  9. So sweet. You're a good family for her, it's obvious. Thanks for linking.

    Bobbie

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  10. So wonderful. I would so love to live somewhere where I could have a sheep!

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  11. I do love goats. She is very pretty.

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  12. Awwww....I need a Pep! She looks so precious!

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  13. She is so cute. Maybe John Deer should change their name to John Sheep. Not likely.

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  14. I surely do need a Pep- I mow close to three acres at least once a week- she could really help me out!

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  15. Can you send Peppy over to do my lawn? We have two goslings that are being raised by a duck and I know they will have no goose identity! Funny how nature works.

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  16. I can say your animals are original....a talking horse, and a sheep that mows the grass....What else is lurking in your barn girlfriend?

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  17. Nice to meet your Peppy :)! You have taken a luminous idea by which the 'peppy' is getting enough food and your lawn is also being well managed!! Good luck for the imminent 'mascot'.
    Popcorn machines

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  18. Very nice! I used 2 jerseys and 2 alpaca boys to mow the back part of our lawn that gets to wet to mow. They did a decent job but the 'baby' jersey kept getting under the deck so we had to put an end to it.

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  19. Awww! So cute. Thanks for commenting on my blog. I'll have to see if I can find the guar gum or the other! Any tips at all, help, so thanks!!!

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  20. you crack me up. We were just teasing our daughter about getting a goat for their big yard, giggle. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo

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  21. Environmentally friendly and a fertilizer all in one!

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