Monday, August 12, 2013

Monday Dose of Cute: Flying into the New Week

Helga hurtling toward the treat trough - FarmgirlFare.com

May yours be filled with lots of treats!

More Helga? Here.
More sheep? Here.

© FarmgirlFare.com, where there's nothing faster than a flock of fat sheep hurtling toward the treat trough. They're even faster than donkeys.

5 comments:

  1. I'm just so happy to hear that they are fat this year. Thank goodness for your better weather this year!!!! We are having the bestest summer up here in the Catskills-unbelievable weather, rain when we need it, sun when we need it-just happy, happy, happy......

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  2. I love this picture!!! I have been scrolling through a few of your pics and just adore them :) They all make me smile and sometimes a chuckle escapes! Thanks for posting these!

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  3. They do look like they are moving at lightspeed. Who would've known?

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  4. Faster than a donkey?!? Now THAT'S fast! :)

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  5. What is in that trough, I wonder ?~! Hurtling at the speed of sound, Helga cracks me up. Thanks for sharing.

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