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Friday, February 20, 2015

Grumpy Old Men

I kind of feel a bit bad posting this after all the nice comments yesterday about how peaceful and sweet sheep are.  How they show us our better sides.  How peaceful and calm.

Keebs and Graham sure look nice and peaceful...

...but you can tell by the look on Graham's face that he knows what's coming.  Again.  

I have no idea what Graham did to Keebler or what Graham did to someone else or the world that offended Keeber yesterday, but let me tell you, it was a Throw Down.  As the first blows fell, Hank immediately ran up and got between them.  He put on his happiest, cheerfullest face, "Hey, guys, let's not fight, okay?"  He quickly got out of the way.  It was The Clash of the Titans.

It never takes long for a good fight to attract Chocula's attention.  He loves to mix it up.  I'm not sure if he's just enjoying the scrap, trying to remind everyone that he's the top sheep or if he's trying to defend an "innocent" party.  Regardless, he can do some damage...and Keebs and GL are not spring chickens anymore.  Now it was my turn to intervene.

I grabbed Chocula and tried to "hug it" out of him.  Tried to soothingly convince him to let them work it out on their own.  He seemed to calm down, so I let him go.  Kaboom!  I ran over and pulled his hair.  This is the only thing that seems to get an angry sheep's attention.  He backed off and I quickly set out the evening hay in hopes that would distract everyone.  It didn't and as the bell for round three dinged, I walked back to the house for my camera.

Wait for it...

Prepare for impact...


If your opponent's head completely disappears into your "fluffy" stomach...

Before you think it was just Keebler violence, Graham was dishing out his own fair share.  I still have no idea what they were so torqued about...but I have a feeling this snow can't melt fast enough.  And you can tell by the look on Graham's face that he knows what's coming...again ;-).

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