hahaha :o)aw, Cary. She's too young to have a boyfriend anyway.
Way to go Cary!
That is too funny. Good thinking on her part. Smart girl! Romance and dinner to boot!
That's the Cary we all know and love.
I can't help it - I just want to hug all your sheep! They look so sweet. How could a person possibly be blue with all those sheep around with their sweet little black faces?
Yes, I agree. Much too young to date. I like that smooth move where she tricked him and got the goodies.
Oh but when she IS ready!!! Can I have the beebee SHEEPIE?????I would love it and feed it and call it george.Well, maybe not george.
She's a sneaky one that Cary! Sigh, it would have made a romantic picture too.
Cary must forever remain a baby sheep, blissfully ignorant of the way of the ram. ;-)
This is so precious! Thanks so much!!
oh so cute! I love the photos of your lil sheeps! I wish we could have loads of animals :)
Hey, if you got it, flaunt it. And Cary's got it all right! Plus, now she's got an extra snack, too. Sly little mynx ;)
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