Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Follow the Flying Ears


And It's Cary in the Lead (That's My Girl!)

Don't know who Cary is? Meet her in A Tiny Tail for Mother's Day, and then see what she's been up to during the last three years here and here.

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14 comments:

  1. I guess she will never grow into those ear.

    Hi Susan!

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  2. *sniff, sniff* Can I get a tissue? Look how far she has come! Rock on Cary.

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  3. I do love me some Cary.....she's my girl, too. In my heart....thanks for the picture...

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  4. What a beautiful picture! I love sheep!!!

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  5. I feel the same way about food. . .

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  6. hmmmm....is Cary a mom-to-be? Are we going to have little Cary's with flying ears?

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  7. I love Cary. I think it's great how you can tell your sheep apart when, to me, they look remarkably similar.

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  8. Oh what a great photo! Love it! Thank you so much for sharing it with us.

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  9. Oh, the sheep are so cute all in a single file - with the stragglers making up the rear. Where is the protective lama?

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  10. What a lovely blog you have, I love Cary and her friends they are too cute:)

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  11. So Cute!!
    Look at those sweet ears flying along : )

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  12. Cary looks in the family way... can this be true. I hope it works out for her this time...

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  13. What a great photo. I love sheep, they make me smile. I just found your blog and look forward to browsing through it.

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