Tuesday, April 29

Tuesday Daily Dose Of Cute

Ready For Her Close Up

Current Lamb Count: 22. Number of cute overload moments lately between all the new baby lambs, baby chicks, and fluffy white pups: More than should probably be allowed on one farm.

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  1. I can't take anymore adorableness--you must stop before my squealing causes my head to explode (NO! DON'T STOP! I DIDN'T MEAN IT!).

  2. OH MY GOODNESS! I just want to reach into my computer and pull him (her?) onto my lap and cuddle. I suppose I would get in trouble for coddling the guard dogs wouldn't I?

  3. Do the puppies have names yet?

  4. Are they Bearded Collies? Beardies are great - try to herd everything, including cats, which is actually slightly more successful than you might imagine.

    Also, I really want to hug that puppy.

  5. All of these Doses of Cute are good for my health ;).

    I agree that a pat or two is a good thing. 125lbs! I'm excited to see them when they grow up.

  6. Awwwwwwwwwwww - can you hear it all the way from Texas to Missouri? That's one cute pup - and you have TWO! So we know one is a she - hope the other is a HE! Then next year you'll have WEEEEEEE

  7. OMG! I think I am in love with that darling little ball of fluff with the soft sweet eyes that just say, "Cradle me! My paws smell like Fritos!" Too cute!

    Sigh. My babies are all grown up. How I miss having puppies around the house!


  8. So since they are still there, I assume that Cary gave them the Ok?

    a birthday is coming....

  9. Still adorable, absolutely adorable.

  10. those eyes!!! They look so soft!!

  11. I showed this picture to my 2 Shih Tzus who shared with me that they think they could enjoy a play date with the puppy. Can puppy come ou and play? Just in case you're wondering - yes, I'm nuts.

  12. Are these Great Pyrenees??? They are so adorable!! What a face!!

  13. Aww! Now THAT is puppy eyes ;-)

  14. Hi Susan...I love your two new additions to the coyote defence force! And, when I read your delayed post about the "sunday feast" I found buried in there the answer to one of the questions I've always had about you and your life: "We don't have TV reception down here in our little valley." Ok! Now I understand how you have time to lamb, garden, bake, cook, blog and shoot all those lovely pix! I'm gathering a posse this afternoon and we're going to track down all the TV's on my property and shoot them dead.

    Fabulous pix of the owl, too. I've spent days trying to get within lens range of owls, with nothing to show for it....

  15. Seriously, she could go straight to Cute Overload without passing Go or collecting the $200.

    AAAAAAAWWWWW! (I couldn't help it, it was surging inside of me.)

    They are incredibly cute puppies. I love sheepdogs. This is going to be awesome! How is Nanny Bear doing with the new munchkins?


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