What does Yoko have to do with deworming sheep?

We have this sweet little sheep named Yoko. This morning, I noticed that Yoko had some dingleberries, which meant she needed to be dewormed. Joy!

Later in the day, I corralled all of the sheep into a small area. Then, I went to catch Yoko, and she jumped high into the air! Which made me yell, involuntarily,

"Whoa! Yoko!"
Yoko the Sheep
Yoko, standing in front of her mom, Chyoko.

Now, some people say Yoko's talent is overrated, but I saw how high she jumped, and it was HIGH! Yoko has a great talent, if you ask me. Then I grabbed her, and she struggled, and I said,

"I'm never ever ever ever ever gonna let you go...

"...until you swallow your medicine and I clean around your bottom."




And now I'm covered in poop.

Love,

Shoshanah

6 comments:

  1. Poop happens. Especially on the farm.

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    1. Yes, all the time! Constant poop. I am the poopsmith.

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  2. This what love amounts to. Also, Woe or Whoa. probably Woe...

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    1. Yes. This is what love amounts to. Joy and poop.

      I changed it to whoa, though I'm not sure which I mean, really.

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  3. All we are saying is give fleece a chance?

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    1. Imagine all the people, living lives in fleece.

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