As an aside, did you know that Jamie Oliver, the Naked Chef and recently of the Food Revolution, named his newborn son Buddy Bear? It's true.
Little babes are always to precious. Little donkey looks so curious. I miss all my horses and ponies, since I'm traveling at the moment. Your recipes sound delicious. i would like to try some.
Love the little Gnat! He is one cute little guy as is Gus. And Buddy Bear is a handsome guy, too!
Looks like a stand-off to me!Do you ever sell your donkeys? We are looking for a companion for our lonely horse. We had two horses and just recently sold one. Now Butterscotch our sweet girl is so alone. We thought a donkey might be good company and protection for her. Blessings!
A stare down. Cute picture. Just luv those ears.
It looks like a mexican stand-off.
Oh my a cute donkey giving that doggie the once over. Kinda daring the dog. Love those donkeys. Have a great week end.
Thank God in His Holy Wisdom, He gave us animals to love, enjoy, protect and take care of. He has never given a baby to a mother that she didn't think it was the most beautiful thing in the world (be it human or animal), and we justify her every utterance with approval and adoration. Those ears! are just too cute, and Buddy Bear has a smile on his precious little face, saying "Come on, I don't bite!" Thank you for being you and doing what you do, with the blog(and all the others!)God Bless you and Hunkyman (?)hope you are 100% again. Jeanie in Upstate New York
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