Thursday, March 25, 2010

Lambie Pies!

Driving to work the other day, I just happened to look to the right and lo and behold, there were lambie pies! I called Doug and said "guess what? The farm down the road has lambie pies!" Doug kept saying "WHAT?"and I kept saying "lambie pies" and finally he said "are you saying LAMBS?" and I said "Yes, Lambie Pies!" Mama and babies
"ba ba blacksheep have you any wool?"
King of the hill!



the twins
I jus loves me some lambie pies!

7 comments:

Keetha Denise Broyles said...

Near our former home, there was a field full of "lambie pies" and EVERY stinkin' time we passed them, hubby would say, "All we like sheep have gone astray." NO - - - I mean EVERY STINKIN' TIME!!!! Hehehehehehehe

He's like that, you know - - - gets a "joke" in his head and finds his own joke so funny he repeats it ad infinitum!

Also - - - did you ever hear the old '40's song: "Mares eat oats and does eat oats and little lambs eat ivy"? Just wondering - - - 'cause your lambie pie reminded me of it.

mmundy said...

Bob Hope and Bing Crosby used to sing "Mares eat oats" and I believe they had a little dance routine they did when they sang it. Baby anythings just melt my heart.

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Aren't you glad that camera is with you all the time now?
Great pics.
The corgi kids and I keep checking the sheep pens around here, and they are just starting to fill up again. No babes yet, but we keep checking. Something about sheep, really soothes my soul....but revs up the corgi kids! he hee~

besswess said...

I was going on and on about these last night. Ricky thought I was a tard, but I think they are adorable. I want one!!!!

ClassyChassy said...

Love your pictures! You should link that up to the Tuesdays Show and Tail on Monday night! I join in most every week with my animal posts, and this one would be GREAT!

The Tablescaper said...

They are so cute! We recently stayed at a B&B in Fredericksburg, Texas and were surrounded by them. We loved every minute!

- The Tablescaper

peggy gatto said...

And little lambs eat ivy!
thanks for these!!

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