Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Lazy Daisy

Lazy Daisy 1
12:09pm

Lazy Daisy 2
3:54pm

Lazy Daisy 3

Lazy Daisy 4

Lazy Daisy 5
3:55pm

Lazy Daisy 6

Lazy Daisy 7
3:56pm

Lazy Daisy 8
Break Time's Over

We love our crazy Daisy!
1/28/09: Snowed In! (scroll down to see Daisy)
3/19/09: Nap Time
3/23/09: Bear Hug


12/30/09: Snow Day!
1/19/10: Oh, Look

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7 comments:

  1. what a hoot - poor Daisy works all night long and then even Bear is checking on why she is asleep in the middle of a day. Are the lamb's tails banded for docking?

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  2. She is so cute and so are the rest of your lambs and dogs etc...

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  3. Poor Daisy, she looks exhausted by all those sheep :) I think it's sweet that Bear stops by to check on her. She looks like such a great dog.

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  4. LOVE the doses of cute! I totally don't mind the lack of recipes if there's a dose of cute in its place. Keep 'em coming!

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  5. Absolutely love this series. I'm sure Daisy earned her rest and would be up like a shot if there was a coyote within 5 miles!!! Hey were you ever able to bathe or shear she and Marta??? Daisy is looking pretty clean and I remember earlier this spring you were bemoaning the state of their coats......

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  6. Are you tempted to hold a mirror in front of her nose to make sure she's breathing? :)

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  7. We've been thinking lately about getting a livestock watchdog. I've lost three laying hens and a duck in the past month, and our pet dogs aren't doing the trick. Broke down and got a rooster, finally, but he has his hands full.

    I hate that feeling, that someone's not going to show up when you call them in. We lost our favorite hen two weeks ago and I'm still heartbroken about it.

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