Are the sheep live in the sky
Anna gets up very early that Sunday morning. She was ten years old and she didn’t have to go to the school that day because it was closed. She looked at the sky and she couldn’t believe her eyes. There was a sheep herd in the sky.
There were about ten sheep in the sky. Of course, she had known about the clouds, but that day she started to believe that the sheep were living in the sky and they had clouds on them. Because sheep have something white and soft on them. She told her ideas to her father and he ordered to ask it to a shepherd. They went to prairie to find her father’s shepherd friend. When they met, Anna asked her question and the shepherd started to answer.
The white thing on sheep is wool. Sheep wool has an incredible, natural UV protection built right in, which helps to keep sheep and lambs from getting sunburnt. Wool fibers are very durable and flexible. A wool fiber can withstand being bent 20,000 times without breaking.
In comparison, cotton breaks after 3,000 bends and silk after 2,000 bends. Wool is a hard wearing and wool’s natural elasticity means that the fibers will stretch under pressure and “spring back” when the pressure is released, making wool the perfect filling for wool quilts. Anna thanked shepherd and caught a sheep to love.
You can make your own sheep herd. The thing only you need is cotton and a paper. You will find how you can make.