Hay, Farmgirl, I see your sheepy header is all fluffed up for winter, too. Tewe cute!
preeeeeeeeetty kiiiiiiiiitty!!!!!!! :o)xoxo
Your New Cat is gorgeous, I just went trough all his photo you posted over the past.
Love that "fluffed up look" and especially love sinking my face into the fur of a fluffed up friend!Happy New Year and, as always, thank you for sharing your farm so beautifully.
New Cat is definitely styling! Am glad you were able to post pictures.
Rabbits "fluff up" for winter, too -- even when they live indoors! :)
What a beautiful cat. Whenever I need a little boost of happiness I know I can find it in your beautiful photos. Thank you,
My beloved Malmesley http://salter840.blogspot.com/2006/03/bye-bye-malmesley-4-may-1990-to-13.html was like this. Each season he unveiled a new look maybe it's a thing with Gingers??
Here's how to make delicious chocolate covered strawberries. First of all ensure that the strawberries you are intending to use are dry, then allow them to be room temperature warm prior to making them. After the strawberries have been covered in chocolate, put them in your refrigerator to cool, but do not store them in the fridge. Consume within 1-2 days.
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