Sunday, June 1

Sunday Daily Dose of Cute: Back in Black

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  1. Soooooo very cute! I hope he grows into his ears!! =) -Anna.

  2. The first thing that I thought of when I saw And Posh's name was, "Her nickname should be Posh Spice." It is so very, very wrong that I'm still associating things with the Spice Girls.

  3. I could just kiss that cute furry face!!!

  4. Such a content smile on his little face! Very sweet.

    Lying in damp green grass seems like a lovely place to be, at the moment.

  5. aaaaaawwwww! he looks so cuddly!

  6. How adorable is he? I love little lambs.

  7. Before your blog I didn't know that sheep have tails. It still freaks me out a little. I have a slightly indelicate question. What happens to the sheep? Yes, some go to the freezer but who does the dirty work? Do you sell the wool or just the meat? And most importantly, how do you do it? I'd just end up with dozens of pet sheep.


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