Enjoying this beautiful photo!
Hee hee - now that's cute! I wonder what each is thinking. :)
That's neat! Progress is good.. very good. Have a great day FG!
Good morning Farmgirl!So, what's the next step in this llama/sheep plan? Do the sheep go into the llama pen, or do you let the llamas out?
Jeez! It's that danned llama again!
how do you host your pictures, so that they look so nice with frames and everything?
Hi Sonia,: )Hi Jeff,Nobody knows what a llama is thinking. : )Hi Heather,Yes, progress is very good. Hopefully I'll be hugging a llama soon!Hi Kat,The next step in the llama/sheep plan? We're still working on that. Don't know yet. But you can be sure there will be pictures!Hi Kevin,Sweet dreams. : )Hi Therese,Welcome to the farm! Lately I have been uploading my photos right on Blogger (using the "Add Image" icon). For some reason, though, it gives you a light grey border around the photos. To make this border black like you see on my photos, you need to look at the html code for the photo. Replace just the part that says cursor:hand with this line of code:BORDER-RIGHT: #000000 1px solid; BORDER-TOP: #000000 1px solid; MARGIN: 2px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 1px solid; BORDER-BOTTOM: #000000 1px solidFor more help with posting photos on Blogger.com blogs, check the Blogger Help section. It has several informative links. (I tried to copy them here, but it didn't work.) : )
Hi. Thanks a lot for the help! You can see the blog at www.copenhagendaily.blogspot.comIt´s on danish, but you can enjoy pictures. I love reading about you farmlife! Noticed that you like Shawn Colvin, I do too! Do you know Jonatha Brooke? Shes my favorite singer.Therese
Hi Therese,You're very welcome. Thanks for taking the time to write. And I'll definitely check out your blog. (I think I need to learn Danish! : ) Yes, I know and like Jonatha Brooke. There are so many wonderful singer songwriters out there. What would we ever do without music? : )
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