We girls got quite a chuckle out of your story. Little did we realize what a gentle creature ewe really are. We, on the other hand, cannot be mistaken for fearless in as much as we face numerous threats every day. Just yesterday a whirlwind came through and whisked away our youth and tomorrow we must remain fearless for the mind boggling task of caring for two, or perhaps three, young-uns. We have praciticed our moves 'til they are perfected. We are known for our chasing of cars, naughty children, our guard dog, and the UPS Man. Soon, when the young-uns baa, we will begin to put the run on the neighbors and even the nice lady who puts out the feed. It is all a matter of being a bully. Ewe need some help in this area and we are here to help. We know what ewe need, and it will be on the way on Monday. In the meantime have no fear. Practice it. Say—I HAVE NO FEAR. This will be our little secret. Help is on the way! We luv ewe!
The Wyoming girls
Dear Wyoming Girls,
Please accept my sincere apologies for doubting the character of one of your brethren. If only the sheep of Wickersham had been as fresh, clean, and well tended as yourselves, I should surely never have been led astray as to their intentions. The sheep that I encountered last week had recently come from a wild and brambly existence, and were not in remotely the sort of aesthetically pleasing condition that ewe must find yourselves in. They have recently been improved through the shearing efforts of their humans, and no longer mask their kind demeanors and delicate beauty under oppressive coats of wool.