Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Wordless Wednesday Dose of Cute

Esmeralda looking through the snowy hayfield gate

More wordless cute? Here.
More Esmeralda? Here.
More donkeys? Here.

7 comments:

  1. Awww...what a cutie pie!!

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  2. No words needed, indeed.

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  3. Is that a dusting of snow on the ground? It was 57 degrees here today and will only be 37 degrees tomorrow - Ahh! Mother Nature is a miscevious creature, isn't she?

    Love the pictures and thanks for those yummy recipes. I'm making biscotti right now ( love the 1st time biscotti baker from Germany tale - delightfully funny!)

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  4. I'm surprised her coat isn't super long. The donkeys down the road from me have heavier coats and we live in a very temprate climate. Maybe its just the way they are drawn. Either way, donkeys are so darn cute, I could squeel!

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  5. Your donkeys are beautiful and entertaining.Esmeralda looks like she has a dusting of a snow and blends perfectly with the landscape--her camouflage! I can't get enough of Gnat and Gus either. Wishing you and the farm family Happy Holidays but,
    as we say, sheep don't celebrate holidays! They need care every day!

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