Thursday, August 18, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 8/18/05


Baaaaaa!

5 comments:

  1. I love peaking into your life!

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  2. (looks like he's got my name on him too.)

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  3. so cute, i love seeing your pictures every day, kind of feels like im there too! Im curious to know if you've named this one :)

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  4. Hi Wendy,
    You always say the nicest things. *smile* Any special requests for something you'd like to see a photo of?

    Sorry Sam,
    You struck out again. The green tags are girls, and they don't get eaten. (I'm assuming you weren't after a little wooly pet.)

    Can I interest you in a lemon cucumber explosion instead? I don't know what happened this year, but they are very, very happy. Actually, I'm kind of afraid to go into that part of the garden alone. . .

    Hi Michele,
    Thank you! I'm embarrassed to say that I'm not sure which lamb this is. But if one of you computer whizzes can make out what number it says on her eartag, I can then tell you if she has a name yet or not. And we can also prove that it definitely does not say "Sam." : )

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