Monday, June 16, 2008

Monday Daily Dose of Cute: Mother Love


Dolores and Her Son Dinky, Age Two Months (Taken Last September)

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4 comments:

  1. Made your tuna salad recipe with spinach, instead of chard and it was absolutely delicious. Thanks!

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  2. definitely a great big AWWWWW - kinardly wait for the appearance of DDD's new offspring. What are you going to do with all these beautiful donkeys?

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  3. Those spider web photos(a couple blog posts ago) would make great photo greeting cards geared towards the fiberarts crowd with a one-liner inside that says something like:
    "Weave a wonderful life"
    Diane/Bloomington,IN.

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  4. The photograph looks like "two donkeys have the same head"
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