Someone, you know who you are, suggested that I get a tiara for Jeepers so all the other sheep would show her the respect she deserved as the Queen of the ewes.
When I presented the tiara to the ewes they all bowed their heads expecting to be crowned.
In Cinderella fashion Kia pushed her way forward expecting to claim the tiara as her own if she could only get it to fit. Unfortunately for Kia, like Cinderellas step-sisters, the tiara was not to be hers.
The way was now clear for Jeepers and yet, due to her horns, the tiara failed to fit. Jeepers would not be queen today.
Unexpectedly, Patch tried to claim the prize. His "Royal wave" was impressive, and yet it was not enough to overcome the fact that boys can't be the queen (at least on this farm).
Becca Boo now seemed poised to ascend to the throne and yet the prized remained just beyond her grasp.
There are two things to see in this picture. First, note the almost lion like mane Chip seems to possess. Isn't the Lion known as King of the jungle? Also, if you look closely you can see a flashing image around Chip's neck - that would be the tiara gripped between Chips teeth!
Chip set the tiara down gently into the hay and challenged the claim that the tiara could only go to a Queen.
The tiara didn't taste too good but doesn't the King get extra raisins and sunflower seeds?
Something is horribly wrong with this picture, no matter how badly Chip wants to be crowned King the tiara was made for a queen. I wasn't able to get the tiara away from Chip until the Commander caught him and wrestled it away.
Gidget wasn't interested in the tiara at all, she gets way too many perks as the barnyard "Princess".
Chai Chai? Nope!
The chickens liked all the "sparkles", but the scratch had more flavor.
Look at those eyes on Sara, "Long live the Queen!"
I am an Ocicat. My duties include; security (rodents), counter intelligence (predators), infiltration (sneaking) and night surveillance.
I live in NE Minnesota on 10 wooded acres with; my best friend Mocha, three dogs, chickens, Guinea Hens, Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Cascade Sheep, Icelandic sheep, and a few humans.
When we moved here it was completely wooded, our plan is to turn this property into a working homestead.