Gasp. Is that still the ratty blue halter (I'm not wearing my glasses but I think it is) ?Happy happy Christmas to you, Farmgirl, and looking forward to new adventures in the next year....love kat
A donkey and sheep. Your own real Nativity Scene!
Merry Christmas, Susan & Joe and all our farm friends! I have a fluffy white package waiting for you here - please come and get it soon!!
Merry Christmas Farmgirl and your beloved two and 4 legged companions. DDD (even in ratty blue etc.) looks like he is in the spirit of the season - a little back nibble does a body good. Bless y'all - your photos and commentaries are much appreciated. Got any reindeer? There is a place not far from us here in North Texas that actually has a sizeable herd! Thought they would go with the llama, donkey, sheep,dog, cat, chicken theme! Cheers!
EEEEEK!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh, that's the best.Merry, merry.
Freaking adorable!Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year to you, FG.
That is just so sweet. Merry Christmas to all of you at the farm! xo
What a great Christmas gift...DDD and Bear and all the other friends!Susan, you give us the gift of sharing your life with us everyday but this is very special.The scene sort of reminds me of one I see so often here at the seashore...seagulls perched on various objects or floating on the waves....all facing in the same direction...there is a great director!Have a beautiful Christmas.Cape Cod Kitty
Happy Holidays to you, too, Farmgirl!
Happy Holidays and best wishes in the New Year, Farmgirl and company!
Too funny!I've really enjoyed your photos. Thanks for taking me out of the city everyday for awhile.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas!-WalterSugar Mtn Farmin Vermont
Ah geez, cutest ever. Love Donkey. Love Bear. Love the sheeps. And, apparently, they love each other. I'm all swollen up with farm-inspired lurve.
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