Saturday, May 17, 2008

Saturday Daily Dose Of Cute: A Little Look Back


Dinky Donkey on July 14th, Age 12 Days

Just over a year ago I brought home two girlfriends for Donkey Doodle Dandy. Dolores was already pregnant when she arrived, and on July 2nd she gave birth to Dinky. Dinky was supposed to go live with a friend on another farm several months ago, but she's having a fencing - or, more precisely, a lack of fencing - situation, which I understand completely.

Meanwhile Dan's other girlfriend, Daphne, is expecting Dan's baby, which we thought she was going to have a month ago. Instead she just keeps getting bigger, kind of like poor Zelda. Maybe she's waiting for lambing season (which keeps dragging on and on) to be done - or at least for Zelda to be done.

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10 comments:

  1. OMG I am so moving in. I'll tell Joe we are selling the house. Hope you have room for a few very good looking men (in addition to your Joe, of course), one old dog with a big honkin' lump on his head, and a fluffy white ball of fur!

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  2. Not one, but TWO girlfiriends! Dan's like Hugh Hefner, with a girl on each arm. Except, Dan would need four, to have one on each hoof. Oh! And he still needs a red velvet smoking jacket. I'm cracking myself up with this image here. Well, at least I amuse mySELF.

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  3. Hello. What a great blog you have here...I will be back to visit often. I found you while doing a google search for bear bread

    ~it's sunday morning here in vermont and I will be trying your recipe in a couple hours to take to Sunday dinner at mom and dad's. Thank you for sharing.

    Blessings,
    doreen

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  4. I could eat your blog with a spoon. I absolutely adore your recipes, Daily Doses of Cute, and other writing hooks.

    I've linked to your blog from my own. I love it!

    Cheers,
    T.

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  5. Dan is a lucky man, I mean donkey. And at this point my sympathy pains for Zelda are getting unbearable.

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  6. What an adorable Dinky! And I'm suffering along with those pregnant girls of yours...........

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  7. I didn't realize it was July when we met the new donkeys. Time flies.

    Hope these Momma animals who keep holding on to their pregnancies fair o.k. They've got to be going soon!

    Have a great week!
    Anne

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  8. I didn't realize it was July when we met the new donkeys. Time flies.

    Hope these Momma animals who keep holding on to their pregnancies fair o.k. They've got to be going soon!

    Have a great week!
    Anne

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  9. Grat blog! So cute donkeys! I've never seen a donkey live!

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