Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Heading Back

Donkeys Heading Back
Whether to work, to school, or just out into the field with the sheep after gobbling up all the treats, I hope your Tuesday was a good one—or at least bearable.

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4 comments:

  1. I feel like following them. What a delightful photo! As it was, I had a stressful Tuesday but just looking at this photo makes me SMILE!

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  2. Inquiring minds want to know... do they always walk in the same order or do they mix it up?

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  3. I think this blog is good for my blood pressure! Such a peaceful pastoral scene. And oh I loved those dogs of yours on the last post wallowing around - they are so beautiful!

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  4. I love this shot - it has such a relaxing, take-your-time kind of feel to it. :)

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