Friday, April 25

Friday Daily Dose Of Cute

Time Out

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  1. I found your blog the other day while looking for whole wheat beer bread recipes and have been hooked ever since. I love your stories and animal pics. Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing.

  2. That's what I always say - "it's exhausting being this cute"...:)

  3. Ouch!! That is cute! That is very cute!

    My word verification is very fitting
    "uywes". I imagine it sounding like ewes. How funny.

  4. OK this is your cutest yet this season!!! from your fellow farm girl in Oregon... love your blog!

    keep on keepin' on

  5. Love those little hooves!

  6. Hi Susan - we are all done lambing for the year - all five rams! 4 Brown and one very special black with white head, socks and tail - (Shetland marking called HST) He also has big black spots around his eyes so he looks like a little panda. Very cute. :-) Let the races begin.... T.


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