Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Tuesday Dose of Cute: It's the First Day of Winter. . .

Fiona 1
Fiona on March 6th

Fiona 2
Fiona on March 22nd

Fiona 3
Fiona on May 18th

Fiona 4
Fiona Now

And we're ready.

Lucky Buddy Bear - Bring on Winter, I'm Ready!
Bring it on!

A look back at solstices past:
12/21/05: Whiteout
12/21/08: Very Cool

Want to see more of Fiona (who used to be nicknamed Spot)?
3/2/10: See Spot Get Sheared! (she's the second victim)

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4 comments:

  1. I think Fiona needs to be painted :)
    Happy Solstice to all on the farm.

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  2. She is soooo beautiful!!!

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  3. Gosh she grew it back quick enough!

    Pretty girl.

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  4. Fiona is beautiful (seems like her wool grew in very fast!) Love Buddy Bear too!

    Susan, have a wonderful, blessed Happy Christmas to you, Hunky Farm Guy (Joe) all the animals, family, friends and loved ones!

    Peace on earth!

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