Little Red Riding Sheep – Perfect Picture Book Friday

Over in the Facebook alternate universe, I was saying how much I love  sheep. I grew up on a farm with sheep, and although I don't like sheep bucks because one nearly killed my father, I do love the ewes and their lambs. We raised suffolks: So is it any wonder that I'm drawn to: … Continue reading Little Red Riding Sheep – Perfect Picture Book Friday

Writers and Research

I just watched a YouTube video of a sheep c-section. Oh, what writers will do in the name of research for a story. John Grisham eat your heart out.  You, too, can watch it if you choose, because you never know when you'll need this kind of background info. The music is catchy, too. 😮 … Continue reading Writers and Research

Brain Tricks – Neuroscience, Poetry and Sheep

I'm fighting an ongoing battle to read A Prayer Like Gravity's poem, "Morning Haiku-ish" correctly: light dances on fields of belligerent sleep, chasing crows and hard scarecrows No matter how many times I read the poem, I see the word "sheep" instead of "sleep," especially if I'm reading it quickly. At least two others made similar … Continue reading Brain Tricks – Neuroscience, Poetry and Sheep