Monday, June 16

Monday Daily Dose of Cute: Mother Love

Dolores and Her Son Dinky, Age Two Months (Taken Last September)

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  1. Made your tuna salad recipe with spinach, instead of chard and it was absolutely delicious. Thanks!

  2. definitely a great big AWWWWW - kinardly wait for the appearance of DDD's new offspring. What are you going to do with all these beautiful donkeys?

  3. Those spider web photos(a couple blog posts ago) would make great photo greeting cards geared towards the fiberarts crowd with a one-liner inside that says something like:
    "Weave a wonderful life"

  4. The photograph looks like "two donkeys have the same head"
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