Thursday, May 21

Thursday Dose of Cute: Rest Stop

Hanging with Mom and Watching the
Grass Grow

In the middle of a massive cute craving? These might help:
The First Daily Doses of Cute
Daily Doses of Cute Part 2
Daily Doses of Cute Part 3
Daily Doses of Cute Part 4
Daily Doses of Cute Part 5
Daily Doses of Cute Part 6
Daily Doses of Cute Part 7
Daily Doses of Cute Part 8

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  1. Those lambs made me feel VERY SLEEPY!

  2. lambie ears just are too cute - Thursdays or not. Can't imagine a more perfect representation of "makes me lie down in green pastures"

  3. wonderful, very cute, how is your garden going? what have you got planted so far? We are putting in a new garden this year and are excite to get it planted....still trying to decide what to plant and how much. I live at 7000 ft so we dont plant till the first of June. We are nearly ready. We have two new loads of black mountain top soil and one load of very black compost that have just been delivered. Now we can fill the new boxes set up a drip system and plant. Should be fun

  4. Oh, that is so cute! I just got my first baby lamb, a mother's day gift from my 7 yr. old. I love it! I have always loved sheep, and can't beleive I finally have my own!

  5. i just want to say that i love receiving the email updates from your blog! Seeing the pictures of your sheep, donkeys, dogs, and cats is a wonderful way to start off my day. and your recipes are fantastic.

    give the wee lambs kisses from me!

    :) kim

  6. This is just too much cuteness. I'm with Rosey though...the picture did make me want to take a nap!

  7. What a great place to hang with the other sheep!


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