I love naming animals, but there are some names that certain breeds should never be called. For instance – Rebel or Rowdy are not good horse names, Chase is a horrible name for a herding dog, Charger for a ram, etc. Most of these observations are based on past experiences (most not good). I’m sure everybody has negative conotations towards certain names. I have often wondered does the name make the animal or is the animal living up to it’s name, but that is just silly – a name can’t decide the animal’s personality!
Nobody told this little girl that…
She is a very pretty ewe lamb from Joan at Mud Ranch . She was named Queenie because her mom is named Princess and it has turned out to be quite fitting.
You see, she feels entitled. She feels that she has earned the right to be in this pasture…
I have everybody locked off of it so it can grow and the new seed is coming in nicely.
She has been sneaking in now and then, but I was very surprised to see Queenie and her buddy, Annie, in there enjoying the tasty, tender grass. I couldn’t figure out how they were coming in and out.
Oops – BUSTED!!!
Oh, you guys are very creative! They were born later in the year and are still small enough to fit through this crack.
Here is a picture of my glove to show you the size of the crack – little stinkers!!!
On a side note – Queenie’s grandpa’s name is Houdini 🙂