Sunday, March 30, 2008

3/30/08 Daily Dose Of Cute


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8 comments:

  1. Now that looks comfortable! I'm enjoying the daily dose of cute -but the soup recipe looks appealing in a much different way. So you are drying out and doing well with the lambing - hooray for spring. I planted spinach, chard, and some old onions I found in the garage!

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  2. oh sheep! oh sheepy! i'm petting the sheep!!

    love it! ;-)

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  3. My wife and I are now fully hooked on our daily dose of cute. Great photos!

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  4. I just love to see the sheep cuddling. Makes me feel all warm and cuddly too. Have a blessed day.

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  5. Loving the pictures!!! They are absolutely adorable!

    I agree... cuddling sheep does make one want to cuddle/snuggle up under a blanket -- fuzzy slippers, too.

    Blessings!

    Lacy

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  6. Living vicariously through your dose of cute!

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  7. Living vicariously through your dose of cute!

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  8. What a contented looking pair they are. Is lambing season about over for now? Love the contrast in thier colors. Your place looks so peaceful and pristine. The asparagus soup is to die for :)

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