Thursday, September 07, 2006

Daily Farm Photo 9/7/06: Piggy in Pink


Oink.

This cutie pie isn't the new ram lamb we picked up yesterday at a friend's farm, but I sure was tempted to scoop it into my arms and take it home (along with the other twenty that were racing around). There's nothing more amusing to watch than a pack of little piglets. Except maybe a rolling donkey.

A year of Daily Photos ago:
The Hornets Have Been Busy

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29 comments:

  1. It spoke to you, right? I mean it looks like Babe. That'll do pig.

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  2. And here I was wondering where Charlotte might be hiding... Beautiful pig.

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  3. Look Out! It's a future Hogzilla!

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  4. What a charming little guy! I can see how you would want to smuggle him home.

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  5. So lovely!
    As a child I raised a little cutie (named Snoopy) like him by bottle. Hmmmm....makes me nostagic & miss the farm.
    Love your blog! Takes me back....

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  6. Oh my!
    Baaaa-Ram-U!
    Pretty in Pink!
    Too cute!

    Tootles,
    Anni :-)

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  7. I really appreciate your blog. Beautiful pics!
    See ya

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  8. Oh c'mon...you should bring home just one piglet, a lifelong friend for Cary!

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  9. i'm with skilz, it's unreal that something so cute can turn into such a monster!!
    but seriously, what a cutie...

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  10. What an adorable little urchin. Can you imagine what life would be like with him underfoot??? I would have been tempted, too, but since you have Cary, you're all set!

    Aunt Sandy in Texas with Skye Bird-dee (and we are not anonymous at all)

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  11. So cute I just to squeeze it.
    Is that wrong?

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  12. can't...take...anymore...cuteness. ...will...explode...

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  13. Ohh I would have had to have that little guy!
    He could have helped out showing you where there were weak places in your fencing!
    See what you missed?

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  14. now he could have been another terror in the garden for you! and they root up EVERYTHING IN SITE!

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  15. Never thought I would ever smile seeing a pig...on a pc screen! You did it again.

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  16. Hi there, I just discovered your site and have marked it as a favorite. Your photos are fantastic and your photo of 7/8/06 of the blue butterfly on a cone flower (Echinachea) was stunning!!

    Take care and keep up the posts...

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  17. Oh, my favorite! I raised pigs as a kid and even bottle fed a few. So cute!!

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  18. my son would love it!

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  19. How adorable!

    I love visiting your site. You have such wonderful pictures!

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  20. I want that piglet.

    For a pet.

    Problem is, my husband will want to turn him into bacon.

    Pax. Kimberly

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  21. I knew it. You have superhuman powers.

    There is no way I'd get away without taking that pig with me. He's scary cute.

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    karl at omelay dot com

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  23. I love baby pigs!!! I can understand that you could have taken that cute piggy back home; I would have felt the same if I had seen this adorable creature...

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  24. Babe!
    Now I'm going to go watch the movie again.........

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  25. Awww! He's so cute!

    Charlotte's Web was one of my favorite books growing up. However, I'm also severely arachnaphobic. Go figure!

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