Sunday, May 1

The Daily Donkey 1

Dolores, Daphne, Fernando, Evie, and Esmeralda (9/20/09)


  1. so excited for the daily know I can't get enough of them. I am planning on doing some new work & I know donkeys are going to be in the series ! love to all on the farm.

  2. I'm very excited about the daily donkey! When I was a kid, my parents rented their pastures to a man that showed paint quarter horses and he kept a donkey with them. The donkey was always referred to as Jim the donkey (as if we were going to confuse him with Jim the uncle or Jim the brother-in-law). Jim the donkey was feared by all the horses and my older siblings, but for some reason he put up with me and my obsession with rubbing his fuzzy ears. Even though he was kind of a foul-tempered Eeyore, I still love donkeys and those big fuzzy ears.

  3. Maybe some of your clever commenters could come up with Daily Donkey captions!!!

  4. Thank you for the beautiful idea! A donkey a day keeps sorrows away :-)

  5. The donkey's are soooo cute. I've always loved donkeys. This is a great idea that you came up with, and I'll be glad to see the picture each day. I just love your farm, and this blog is just wonderful.


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