Fleeced.

I have to give them credit. Those turtles are better-educated than I thought. I caught them reading Amos Alden’s Big Book of Handspinning to the other day. Which probably makes this whole thing my fault, really, since it was the only reading material left on the table with them. But seriously, who knew turtles could…

An uneasy truce

After an incident the other night, in which a testudine tail was knocked awry by a somewhat vigorous bleater and required immediate surgery with superglue, I decided that enough was enough. While the turtle was in recovery, I brought in a mediator. He was a man (I think. Could be wrong.) of wisdom and sagacity,…

Cabin Fever

I’m not entirely sure what happened. I thought things were going well. Everyone seemed happy. There was balance. There was unity. Early this morning I wandered into the studio and saw this: I thought it was simply a generous offering at first. You see, the turtles are evidently used to more exotic foods than are…

Debauchery

Dear John, Always lock the liquor cabinet. Love, Vicky P.S. For newcomers, a link to more Sheep & Turtle Posts…..

Of turtles and sheep

You may (or may not) recall the sheep: There are six. They have attitude. They were made by Maaike Charron of Blue Dragon Clay. I found them at the local Craft Council Seconds Sale and brought them home to live with us. They are also quite curious and charismatic sheep and they have wormed their…