Monday, December 19, 2011

Sheepish indecision

Sheep in?


Sheep out?

And why am I dithering and stressing about a blimming sheep?
Get a grip Amanda.


  1. Sheep out I think Amanda! Thank you for your comments on my blog - much appreciated!

  2. Uh oh. I'm not going to help the dithering, because I'm going to say "sheep in". I like the humor of the sly sheep giving a wink and a nod to the audience... but maybe cheeky isn't what you're after.

  3. I'd say "sheep in" - it took me some time to notice the difference, but after I've seen the "hiding" sheep I knew that it has to be there! I love the result - a cosy English cottage in the so familar English rain.

  4. Hi all, thanks for the feedback!
    So far the ins have it I think.
    Sorry Mary.
    I'll wait until after Christmas to glue him in though. Always was a procrastinator!