Thursday, November 04, 2010

Thursday Dose of Cute: That Gnat

That Gnat 1

That Gnat 2
He's always good for a smile.

Baby donkeys are the best!
(click here and here to see all these posts on two long pages)
8/22/10: Not to Worry
9/2/10: Kiss Kiss
9/7/10: Heading Back
9/10/10: Catching On
9/17/10: This Moment

© 2010 FarmgirlFare.com, the kids will be kids foodie farm blog where whenever something isn't going well or I've been working far too long at the computer, Joe always shows up with the perfect solution: "How about a little visit to Donkeyland?" Works every time. And I don't know how in the world Esmeralda's ear bent down like it did in that second photo (I've never seen a donkey ear do that), but I love how she seems to be smiling in the first. Oh, these wonderful donkeys!

9 comments:

  1. You have almost talked me into wanting donkeys - should I ever get to live at a farm.
    I never knew they were so funny.
    ;)

    ~ Karina

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  2. Sitting in rainy New England, sipping coffee, and SMILING ear to ear. That was a HUGE dose of cute. Donkeyland...makes me happy, too!

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  3. Thanks for the smile early in the morning...I used to have horses and would often swear they were smiling, too...lol Maybe they are!

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  4. Perfect pictures! She does look like she's smiling!

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  5. Yes, that is a perfectly charming donkey-smile!

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  6. Oh my goodness, I am so glad you stopped by my blog--so I could come discover yours! What a treat. I can't wait to dive into your wealth of recipes, stories and charming photographs. I will definitely be recommending your blog to friends.

    Have a lovely day--thanks for making mine!

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  7. I'm a newbie here and have enjoyed all the cuteness. I especially can't stand the cuteness of the chicken going off to vote! SO funny! ~Shanda

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  8. I can't stop laughing. These guys have such personality. What would they say if they could talk?

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