Oh My, one of our own has gotten herself into a dither. This is something deep frying, gobs of butter and calories can’t fix, or can it? As it stands now, she has been skewered in the media, sauteed, slow roasted and deep fried. Our sympathies. One of our sheep did something similar a while back and we had to totally send her into therapy.
The things we do in our past come back to haunt us, especially if it is something that pertains to others, or in this case sheep. Bertha got herself into a bind not long ago when she used the “C” word in a deposition. Nobody used that word and comes out unscratched. Apparently back in her youth, she got into a scuffle with a feline who managed to get a piece of her fur. Bertha being the wild woman she is, faught back, bipped this beast on its tail and called it the “C” word. Apparently, they don’t like to be referred in that manner and prefer the word FELINE.
Now she cannot go near them without one hissing or pointing at her. Bertha might as well wear the scarlet letter on her bum and boobs. She was once a fan of them, helping them catch rodents, or chasing large dogs that were after them. Now, she can’t even get one to sit in her lap. The Horror.
Time heals all wounds, and at some point, she will be able to swath this in butter, deep fry it, sautee it, stuff it and put in in the oven.
Its a shame people make comments in the heat of the moment, but it happens, sheep are not immune as Bertha has shown us. The best advice sheep can give is to let sleeping cats lie, go back to another avenue and try again. It might take time, but you could be surprised how well you are recieved.
Sheep have found there will always be someone out to get us, and the best revenge is to use humor, lots of butter, sugar and that thing we call whimsy to calm the rough waters. People cannot stay mad forever and the backlash is ususally worse for them then for us.
Sheep become titanium. What has not harmed us and trust us, getting fixed was no treat, cures us, makes us wiser, funnier and stronger. If sheep can over come the “C” word, surely Paula can over come her faux pas.
Here is to hoping.