Monday, August 04, 2008

Monday Daily Dose of Cute: For Robin Fans


That's One Happy Little Dog!

Want to get to know Robin better?
The Story of How Robin Trotted Into My Life
6/15/05: Peek-a-Boo Beagle
7/7/05: Sitting At the Front Yard Gate
8/9/05: Robin's Smile Is Infectious
9/12/05: One Hot & Happy Beagle
11/13/05: We Have Llama Contact!
11/22/05: From Out of the Fog, A Little Beagle Dog
11/24/05: Year Round Thankfulness
12/10/05: Robin Loves Deer Season
1/15/06: Robin & Leopold
1/29/06: She Knows Every Warm Spot on the Farm
2/19/06: Fresh Spring Water is Better than Evian
4/30/06: Busted Nesting in my New Garden Bed
5/14/06: Beagle in Paradise
7/26/06: Heading Out on Her Morning Route
8/26/06: Robin Loves Life on the Farm
9/17/06: Hot Dog vs. Parched Pussycat
11/20/06: It's Monday Morning. Wake Up!
11/24/06: Ear Flaps Up? Check.
2/24/07: Curious & Oblivious (aka Patchy Cat & Robin)
7/17/07: Haying Supervisor
9/13/07: One Hardworking Beagle
5/15/08: After Some Fluffy White Puppy Kisses

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12 comments:

  1. LOL, fruit and salad bar. What a great story!

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  2. super cute - love that face!

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  3. Hi Susan, I just discovered your site on sunday. Sadly, for my husband, I read a ton of your posts and the stories from the old farm. I found myself laughing out loud. I spent most of the day on and off the computer reading from your site.We enden up with b.l.t.s for dinner, Had to use some of those ripe tomatoes I have covering the counter!I live in arkansas on only 4 acres but have fallen in love with gardening and cooking. Would love to be able to live on a farm.I find your site truley a joy. i am anxious for more writings from you about the early days. I love your humor.PLEASE post more stories about the early farm days! Kim

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  4. Good to see Robin again - she does have the biggest grin and looks perky for a mature gal. Hey Robin - wish you could come kill a 'dillo around our place!

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  5. I drove through central MO last week and thought of you. It was beautiful country with the hills (I'm currently on the flat Plains). Robin is a doll. Love her as always. Last year I did a "year of pies" but this year, I'm contemplating jumping on the bread bandwagon. Only a year or two late :)

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  6. What a happy, sweet face! Robin is a doll!

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  7. Awwwww, cutest beagle ever! MWAH! [kisses Robin on nose]

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  8. "Ear Flaps Up? Check" cracked me up. She has so much personality. what a sweetheart!

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  9. Oh Robin is a cutey patooty.

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