Monday, October 14, 2013

Monday Dose of Cute: It's a Brand New Week

Jasper and sheep (1) - FarmgirlFare.com

8 more photos below. . .









Be brave.

More sheep? Here.
More Jasper? Here.

© FarmgirlFare.com, the safe behind gates foodie farm blog where some of you kindly reminded me the other day that I never told you the story of how Jasper came to join our farmily. Since it pretty much feels as if he's always been here, I just plain forgot. It's a short story, so hopefully I'll get to it soon.

10 comments:

  1. LOL, I love Jasper, he is such a cutie and such a farm cat. He must be getting ready for winter, he looks a little chubbier.

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    1. Hi Sherlie,
      Some of that is fluff - and some of it, ahem, isn't. That boy is BIG! And he's got these wonderful massive paws. :)

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  2. Uh oh, I'm seeing a new screensaver in that top photo...

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  3. Where's your autumn header? I always look forward to the leaves!

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    1. How's that? :)

      Blogger has been having some template issues for the past year (!), but they seem to be finally fixed. Thanks for the reminder to go check!

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  4. oh please don't soon this story out of existence!
    I finally just gave up on knowing the narrative behind the "new" Amish-built barn (another soon casualty).
    how about jasper's history in a haiku?

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  5. He is really an entertaining cat.

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  6. We hope "soon" is soon because we LOVE reading about your farm stories - any and all of them. Jasper is a beautiful cat - I love BIG cat, too!

    Thanks so much.

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