Saturday, September 30

Daily Farm Photo: 9/30/06

Seeing Double
(Tana & her 1-1/2 year old daughter BB are still joined at the hip.)

A year of Daily Photos ago:
I Hope Everyone Is Getting Along

Also on this day last year:

The Announcement Of The (Now Infamous) Name That Sheep Contest! If you missed the hysterical excitement and could use a good giggle, click here to read the original contest announcement post, then click here to read "At Last We Have A Winner!" It was almost too much fun. Just thinking about the contest still makes me laugh out loud.


  1. How lovely! Happy Sunday, and again, thanks for sharing.

  2. I love the daily farm photo's. I am a farmgirl at heart and your pictures make me happy and a little lonely for farm life.

  3. Holy smokes, it's been a year since the contest (that I should have won)? That was a great contest (that I should have won).

    What's amazing is that I am eating a salad with cashews at this very moment. How ironic.... =:o

    Thanks for the memories :) That whole thing was such a hoot!

    I'd also like to throw a shout out to Farm Girl's Mom, because she is cool.

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  5. I love seeing that those are Liselotte's(the human)illustrations on your banners. I have just decided to check out her blog link - very interesting - knowing two languages so fluently should have been a reason for her to win on it's own. Means Liselotte (the sheep) may get some super smarts just from osmosis.


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