A Farm Play in One Act

Setting: Small barn on Rising Moon Farm
Characters: Lamb, Calf

Lamb: “What are you in for?”

Calf: “I think it’s for being too cute. I keep hearing them say, “You are just too cute.”

Lamb: “Bummer. So, how do we get outta this joint?”

Calf: “We have to stop being so cute.”

Lamb: “Yeah, like that’s ever going to happen.”

THE END

3 thoughts on “

  1. They are so very cute, especially talking to each other! I assume the little lamb is a bottle baby, is she your only one? Have all your ewes lambed? Hope it’s a good year for you. Love the pictures- and the litle stories, they also inspires my budding 11 yr old author. as well. We checked out Perfect Nest from the library and she brought it to school. Her teacher loved it so much she read it to the class. While it might be geared for a wee bit younger audience than a group of 5th graders, I think they liked it anyway.

  2. Carol,

    How fun that my writing is inspiring an 11 year old to write. I never knew any writers when I was growing up, so I never thought it was something I could do.

    On my website I have the story and photos behind The Perfect Nest, if she wanted to check those out.

    Thanks for writing!

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