How is it that you can make the snow look so cozy? It is 5 degrees here and there is nothing cozy about the snow.
Oh what glorious fun!
So cute! And so true....my Arabian and my mini mule would live outside if I let them!
beautiful snow pictures, and love the spiffy new look!
Have beagle, will roam. Candy
I luv the donkey picture where they are stair stepped by size.Cute and cold pictures.
Wow, super duper EXTRA cute and picturesque today. LOVELY. =)
That beagle pup was made for you - are you sure there were no auditions?
~OH, SUCH GREAT BEAUTY, I ENJOYED LOOKING AT EVERY SINGLE PICTURE , AND THEY BROUGHT TEARS OF LAUGHTER TO MY MORNING :) I ALWAYS GIVE THANKS FOR YOUR FAMILY IN MY PRAYERS. THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO. YOU MAKE ME WANT TO HAVE A DONKEY TOO, BUT I LIVE IN THE CITY BOO HOO.
Looks as if the new boy is fitting in wonderfully!
That picture of your dog watching the donkeys TOTALLY reminds me of the old cartoons with Sam and George- the sheepdog and coyote that would clock in and be enemies, but off the clock would say goodnight to each other! :) Do you remember them? Cute pictures!
I love all your pictures, thank you for you time to show us your family.
Wonderful! Your page loads sooo much faster now and no longer hangs!! But brrrrrrr Y'ALL enjoy all that snow and keep it away from here. Just got through the third largest snowfall Huntsville has ever recorded - only 9 inches - but consider how far south we are!! JoanS
Wonderful snow shot of your farm life, Susan. But what I'm really waiting for is the Daily Donkey! :))
Doggie love ♥ sigh Note the constantly moving beagle....
I love all your photos.I especially love the one of your new doggie with the snow on his nose.Precious.You have precious animals.kim at sillshill.blospot.com
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