HelloIt's your lovely donkey ....
How does he hear with all that hair in his ears? lol!
It's Donkey! (using my best Shrek voice)
I always love a photo whose content is similiar in texture and colour. This photo make me want to reach out and pet and roll around.
OH NO! It's Dan and he's trapped in the bale of hay!! I bet FarmGirl will come to his rescue. (plays a Farmgirl superhero theme song) Have a great day!
Ain't no chicken ears. My guess is that fuzzy wuzzy Uncle Dan.
Sweetie, do you have any idea how great your variety and scope are? Your blog is a little touchstone for me. I need to see another world, and yours is so often it.
Hide. You're it? He'll have to learn to lower those ears if he wants to hide behind the haystack. :G:
I hope they are not mine!!!
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