Monday, March 06, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 3/6/06


Freeze Frame

6 comments:

  1. It's too bad that happy moments in our lives can't be like this; frozen in time to hold on to forever.

    Any more baby pictures to post?

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  2. Man, that new Ice Breakers gum really does freeze everything over!!!

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  3. Hi Vickie,
    That sure would be nice. : )

    P.S. As a matter of fact, I've just been down in the bonding pens with the camera. Do you know how hard it is to get a decent picture of a newborn lamb? More lamb news soon. Plus I thought maybe I'd better put up pictures that weren't of sheep for a day or two! : )

    Hi Alisha,
    You are such a nut. : )

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  4. Susan, I could look at baby lambs everyday! So don't put up other stuff for me!! Bring on the babies.

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  5. Hi Vickie,
    I'm think I'm gonna have to email you some baby lamb photos. I was planning to email you anyway, since for some dumb reason I still cannot leave comments on your blog. It has something to do with pop up comment boxes--I can't leave them on Sweetnicks either. I thought it was just that I had to wait until the entire page downloaded (very slow on dial up), but I've had your blog open for two days now and still can't get that darn comment box to pop up! Grrrrr.

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  6. I'm going through old posts, so someone may have already suggested this. If you have a spyware software, or other popup blocker, running, that will do it. Depending on your settings, it can block links you click, if they spawn a window. That may be the problem.

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