Sunday, March 26, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 3/26/06


I Told You They Have No Manners

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  1. Who needs manners when you are cute and the subject of a blog all the time???

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  2. Indeed! Damn humans.....

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  3. They must know how adorable they are. It's much easier to get away with not having any manners if you're cute!

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  4. LOL! What a hoot. I needed that laugh. I often think my cat thinks her person is a place where sound comes out and those things that move around to pet and feed her. So, the sheep don't think of those legs as being anything but obstacles to be gotten around (or through). :G:

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  5. Oh jeez, that's just what the dogs used to do - more often then not, you'd end up on your fanny on the floor......

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  6. I believe that the felines in my home view me as an somewhat inartfully designed piece of furniture on which to recline, while pushing the stuffing around and complaining that I am lumpy.

    Except, of course, at meal-time.

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  7. I like the one in the middle.

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  8. Yeah! I want a sheepy for my birthday! I'm so jealous of your farm! btw, I'm trying my sad bucket tomatoes again this year. Hopefully dem city squirrels will stay away from them... any suggestions??? Better yet, any low light veggies??? (I already have my window herb garden in full force so no more herbs.)

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  9. And here I was, thinking they were called Cowboys...silly me...

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  10. Hmm... I've heard of satyrs: half man, half goat. I do believe a new mythological beast has been spotted! Great photo... cracked me up!

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