Thursday, July 30, 2009

Thursday Dose of Cute: Sacked Out in the Sun


Daphne's New Baby Boy in the Middle of Some Serious Napping

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25 comments:

  1. I just love donkeys...and that little baby sleeping in the sun is so adorable..just makes me smile....

    Kindest Regards,
    Kary

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  2. AWWWW..how sweet all sacked out in the warm sun. Wish I could join him. What a doll!

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  3. Okay, Susan. I read your blogs often - have made many loaves of bread from your tips - the thing is . . . how can you eat that adorable baby lambie??? I'd make a terrible farmer, I couldn't possibly eat anything with a name! K

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  4. Oh man, I really need a little donkett! This is the cutest guy in the whole world! Truly, I am in love :)

    Seriously, Susan, how do you ever get anything done??? I'd spend the entire day just lovin' all those animals!

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  5. What a cute baby, he looks so comfortable. Send some sun to Maine. We need it so bad!
    Kely

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  6. This is the cutest thing I have seen all week... thanks!

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  7. This is one of the cutest things I have seen all week!

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  8. TI am glad that you know the difference between "napping" and "dead." One day as I was driving past my neighbor's farm, I saw the new colt laying in the field. I thought that it might be dead so I dropped in to tell the farmer. She laughed and said that the colt had been very active and was just sleeping.

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  9. That is such a great photo - I can just imagine the smell of the grass and the baby donkey flopping down into it... he looks like he's smiling. And the black belly! SO CUTE!

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  10. So precious. I could stand and watch them sleep for hours.

    Ramona

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  11. Oh boy is he adorable. It is good we don't know where you live.... you'd venture out to check on him and find a whole slew of us have traveled great distances to steal close up glimpses!

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  12. thats a great shot! My girls and I are going up to visit the Donkey Sanctuary of Canada this coming Wednesday! (http://www.thedonkeysanctuary.ca/)

    steve green
    windsor, ont
    http://windsorcsa.blogspot.com

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  13. 1-2-3 Awwww.

    So sweet - so glad you had the camera handy!

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  14. So adorable. I love donkeys.I wish I could gave one!

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  15. He's loving the smell coming from that grass as well.

    It's the grass from which his mother's milk is derived.

    G o r g e o u s

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  16. Beautiful! So peaceful!

    www.alovefornewrecipes.blogspot.com

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  17. Absolutely adorable! The warm (not scorching) sun many times makes me want to take a nap, too.

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  18. I found your blog this week when I was searching for a recipe. I've been back several times and just love it! The pictures of the donkey are so adorable. My parent's just got a white donkey a few months ago so these posts have definitely peaked my interest. :)

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  19. I am new to your blog, and I love it. Going back through your older posts and pictures is like reading a really good book! Thank you for sharing!

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  20. So cute!! I like your blog a lot by the way :)

    I tried your Beer Bread recipe and LOVED it (as did my family) and I will make it again soon!

    I just posted it on my blog in the hope that others will try it too!

    I'd love it if you would stop by and see :)

    Ash

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  21. OMG that is truly the cutest thing i have seen in a long time...what a beauty!.......luv your blog!

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  22. That is just about the cutest picture I have ever seen. ever.

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