Thursday, December 08, 2005

Powdered Sugar Sheep









12 comments:

  1. lol. You should update your header to a winter theme to match. Love your blog!

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  2. Hi Robwonton,
    Thanks so much. But it's not officially winter yet--it just looks (and feels) like it is. Patience. . . : )

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  3. I am sitting here freezin my tail off and they are out in that?! brrrrr cold! I have a picture of "ice" on my page... tooo cold for me.. time to go cuddle under the covers with my hunny! CYA!

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  4. Those sheep look bewildered ( where'd THIS come from?) or resigned. Still very, very cute.

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  5. Hellooooo, my sheepies!! Stay warm!

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  6. It's been really chilly here in Munich, too. Just enough to realize I'm really a warm weather person - if that makes sense. Love the shot of the bucket...

    PS: Congrats on your new camera I'm positive it'll do you great service :)

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  7. Stay warm, FG, and the sheep, too!

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  8. Snow! Yippee..., okay you can see I don't get snow all the time. Hope everyone is warm and cosy on the farm.

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  9. They are so cute. Who is the sheep in the second photo down looking right at the camera smiling?

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  10. the first time I lived in a farm estate it ached me to much when those sheep are left outside on cold snowy days... just to be told.. WHY DO YOU THINK THEY HAVE THOSE FURS? ah my heart still.. soon lambing season hahaha am going to fast.

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  11. I'm in sheepie heaven!

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