Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Wednesday Dose of Cute: Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Farmgirl Fare - Teddy wearing his Irish green
Who Says Sheep Don't Celebrate? Big Teddy is Ready!


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5 comments:

  1. I believe that is what they call 'the wearing of the green'!

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  2. I don't farm...
    I don't live in the country...
    I don't long to live the country life..

    But I can't wait for your daily post every day.

    I don't know why ...

    But it always makes me smile.

    Thank you for your efforts!

    Maxine

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  3. Popped in to say hi! How precious! I love your blog!

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  4. I guess that sheep is safe from getting pinches ;) cute post, Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

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