Sunday, July 27, 2008

Sunday Daily Dose of Cute: Siesta Time


Comfy Cozy on a Pure Wool Pillow




Zooming Out



16 comments:

  1. Gosh they look so comfy! I wouldn't mind having a fluffly pure wool pillow to zonk out on too, hehe ;).

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  2. That is the sweetest photo.
    At first, I thought they were on a wool blanket.

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  3. makes you kind of sweaty just to look at all that wool stacked up! Wonderful shots - they are growing up SO fast!

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  4. I guess they didn't need to count sheep.

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  5. Ugh. I can't even imagine how hot they must be. But they are the sweetest little things. The puppies are getting so big!

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  6. I wonder if it feels scratchy?

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  7. Those were such cute pics! I want a wool pillow like that!

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  8. That is so cute. I'm glad I found your blog. I'm longing for some of that heat right now, Even tho' the winter has been mild this year, sometimes you just need some summer sun.
    Corrine in NZ

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  9. My kind of zoning out! The puppies are enormous suddenly...........

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  10. Oh, if I am good, very, very good in this life, perhaps I can return as one of these. :-)

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  11. it's like clowns trying to cram into a clown car :)

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  12. Great photo!

    But what I really want to talk about is that shade structure. How did you construct it? Is it one panel? Is it PVC pipes holding it up? Is there anything on the bottom to keep it all together, or do you have it staked into the ground? How easy is it to move?

    We're goat farmers in Ohio and are always looking for better (and cheap!) ways to provide shade for the herd as we rotate them through the pastures.

    Thanks for your time!

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  13. Hi Everybody,
    Thanks for all the comments - so glad you enjoyed the photos!

    Hi Tenromeos,

    This easily moved shade structure is just something I came up with using stuff we had around. It isn't perfect, but it works and it was definitely cheap. I'll hopefully have a chace to tell you the details about it in a day or two. Thanks for your patience. : )

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  14. I love how there's not just one, but two fluffy dogs in this picture.

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  15. They are so cute. I love sheep. I grew up on a farm and sheep was one of several different animals we had. We also had some chickens, rabbits, we had goats at one time, but dad thought they smelled so we got rid of them.

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