Friday, April 18

Friday Daily Dose Of Cute: A Little Look Back

Cary (age 2-1/2 weeks) & The Nanny Bear In The Greenhouse, 5/06

Don't know who this little lamb named Cary is? Meet her in A Tiny Tail For Mother's Day. And find out how she's doing now in yesterday's Farm Photo 4/18/08: Cary Update.

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  1. A Cary photo that I've never seen! She's got a big B-Day coming up soon!

  2. awwwwwwwwwwwwwww..... look at Cary!!! How she has grown!


  3. Great picture - I sighed looking at all those healthy plants - we had a devastating hail storm and my beautiful garden - isn't. Will see today what is salvageable and what is definitely a goner - but heading to Farmer's Market to buy replacement plants - after all the effort to grow heirloom starts - kaput! Ahhh the joys of gardening - the pain will be forgotten when I get a plate of warm sliced tomatoes and cucumbers of lunch this summer.

  4. So sweet! I'm glad she's doing well. Maybe she'll be a mama next year.


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