Monday, April 01, 2013

Monday Quick Dose of Cute

Yearling ewe, Katahdin Suffolk cross - FarmgirlFare.com
Hi.

Wishing you a cute filled week!

More sheep shots? Here.
Lots of sweet little lambs? Here.

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2 comments:

  1. Looks like somesheep is hoping for a treat! :)

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  2. Hi Susan~
    Just thought I'd say "Hi" and remind you of how much I enjoy reading your blog. Thanks, as always, for sharing your farm life with us - love it and all your sweet animals.

    I usually read this from my iPad and for some reason, I have trouble leaving a Comment from my iPad, so I don't do it. But...I'm still out here. I hope you and Hunky Farm Guy are feeling better. Happy Spring to all of you!

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