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I made the sheep-scale as a way to check in on my sheep and wool mates in a fun way, ask #RUOK & actively listen to the answer.
We’re all currently facing unprecedented challenges due to COVID-19, and one of the most important things we can all do is check in with each other.Beyond Blue
We. like many, have had rural and regional sheep shows cancelled due to COVID-19. These shows are sometimes the only time we see each other and have been unable to have that personal contact after months of fire, flood and drought in Australia, and now COVID. I’m a little different in that I’m based in a city region that has me locked down for a second time. This time, to only a 5km area.
I don’t usually create these kinds of things.. (“Memes” I’ve been told). But I’m hearing that this one has grown legs. Also had a serious fan-girl moment seeing it got a share from North Wales farming identity — Gareth Wyn Jones!
Read about Sheep #5 & Sheep #6 – Check in with each other – Share the Post
Other shares that have made my day:
“..use it as a tool for facilitating participants’ introductions in webinars and online trainings. I work for a non-profit organisation in Finland, in the field of occupational health and safety.” — Sara via email
“I am a teacher in Japan and will be using your sheep scale to check-in with my students as we are studying online at the moment. Thank you!” Zane via email
Sheep #5 & Sheep #6
Blossom the gorgeously flower-glam #6: Unfortunately, I was mortified to learn I had used a copyrighted image but was very glad to learn that the owner had no issue as it was to promote wool. Thank you to Sara Dunham (Instagram @thecrazysheeplady and MyFavouriteSheep.blogspot.com) Props to Sara for also picking up which one wasn’t a sheep – added to really summarise how I was feeling. Sara also created the (Inter)National Hug A Sheep Day which is always the last Saturday in October – add it to your calendar!
I’m using this as an opportunity to get to know someone else as passionate about sheep and wool from another part of the world, north central Kentucky!
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Sleepy sheep #5: Hails from Mrs. Dowson’s Farm Park in Blackburn, United Kingdom. They produce their own award winning icecream from their own dairy cows! They also do lambing live and nature walks. I wish I’d known about this place during my UK visit but so glad that it is on my radar now.
#sheep #woolforeveryday #iwoolwoolyou #meme #wool #ruok