In our picturesque Wallachian region lived a shepherd, who had a large farmhouse with lots of fluffy sheep. There were perhaps a dozen sheep in the flock, all looking the same as the other. Among the everyday activities of the Wallachian Sheep was - to get on a huge meadow full of fresh grasses, and among other things, the flattering of sheep between each other was very popular, as they know that they have a beautiful white and warm wool.
Once a year, the shepherd drives all the sheep into the barn and shears their wool in there. All the sheep were very similar, both in appearance and in nature. After the annual shearing, they came out of the barn one after the other and proudly looked back at the pile of wool that had been sheared off.
One day a small addition was added to the herd - a lamb that was named Vlnka. The Little Lamb was different from the others. She could not graze in the herd, but she was very curious and preferred to run around all the meadows far and wide. In all of this, exploration was often dirty. There she went into a puddle, into the mud. The other sheep were unfamiliar with this behavior, and so they started taunting and pointing at her. They talked about the Vlnka as the dirtiest sheep. She was a laughingstock, she had no friends, and the other sheep often boasted in front of her about their white, fluffy wool.