Sunday, May 4

Sunday Daily Dose Of Cute: Buried Alive

It's Probably Good That We Don't Live Near The Beach

© Copyright 2008, the award-winning blog where no lambs were harmed during this burial (which we had to share despite the slightly blurry photo) - he and his mother, who showed up moments later, simply ate his way out.


  1. My idea of fun - eat my way out of a minor disaster! Those lambs and that FarmGirl - always good for a cuteness fix!

  2. I have to tell you I frequent your blog each day looking to see what is happening on your farm. We recently moved from our farm and have no critters right now and it breaks my heart, but sometimes in life we have to take a break until the Lord shows us what He has in store. So I enjoy visiting your blog to get my daily fix of critters.. Thanks Your more than welcome to come and visit my blog and see my families happenings.

  3. Lambs have all the fun. Do you think I could get someone to bury me in a big mountain of ice cream?

  4. Aw!!! That little lamb is adorable.

  5. Hey Farm Girl--What breeds of sheep do you have? And are your maremmas trained at all?


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