Friday, September 08, 2006

Daily Farm Photo 9/8/06: Strike a Pose


I wanna be in pigtures!

There's no other way to say it—this girl was hamming it up for the camera. I just kept talking to her, and she just kept giving me one fabulous pose after another. I had so much fun visiting my friend's farm the other day.

If this photo doesn't make you smile, I don't know what will.

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20 comments:

  1. So so so so so super cute! Definitely made me smile -- which I can use as I'm about to go skin another zillion tomatoes to can...

    By the way -- great pita recipe... I just finally figured out the trick to making them puff (made the recipe three or four times, no puffing, but delicious)... Guess I had just been rolling them out straight after they rose, but looks like you actually need to re-knead the little balls a little prior to rolling... The one I did that with after it tore as I rolled it out puffed up great! Hooray!

    Love your site,
    Emily

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  2. You should send that photo into cuteoverload.com. That is definitely a cute one!

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  3. Oh so cute! I would love to see that adorable little face in my backyard every day!

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  4. Love, love, love the pictures of the adorable little piglet. What a cutie he/she is!!!

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  5. Ohhhhh! PIGtures! Hamming it up! Love the puns, and love the photo! What a shweet girl!

    Hope your visit to your friend's farm went well, Farmgirl. Can't wait to see your other pix from your trip!

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  6. ok you must seriously stop htis. Every time you post a pigture like this, I want one for my farm, if we get to quit the rat race.

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  7. Aargh, not again! I'm still smiling from the previous one, totally cute.

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  8. Well, this photo did make me smile.

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  9. Pigs are so intelligent, and the little guys are personality plus.

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  10. Well, if that ain't the cutest thang I've ever seen...love your blog.

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  11. BOOM!! (expoding from too much cuteness!)

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  12. Haha - such a casual over-the-fence conversation pose that little piggie has!

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  13. "Some Pig"

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  14. OMG, makes you want to sing about state fairs or something. It's a good thing I don't have a beautiful girl like her about our farm, I'd never eat pork chops again.
    BTW, thanks for the Google hint on the sweet potatoes - don't know why I didn't think of that :-) Tina

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  15. Cute little piggie -- quite a ham for the camera! Oops, I didn't mean that.

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  16. Fabulous! and Miss Piggy looks so very happy :)

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  17. Looks like she is just hanging out.

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  18. She looks like she's smiling!

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