Thursday, June 10

Thursday Dose of Cute: Sharing the Shade

Sharing the Shade
This Photo Cracks Me Up

Want to get to know this Great Pyrenees livestock guardian better? You'll find lots more pictures of our beloved Crazy Daisy here. And there's a whole flock of lambing season photos here.

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  1. what a great shot! love it! :)

  2. Could they feel any safer?? Love the photo!!

  3. This photo is adorable - but does this mean he's sleeping 'on the job'? :)
    I love the animals at your place - we are just starting to populate our 'mini' farm (a fraction of the size of yours) and love seeing others to inspire me!

  4. I always enjoy your photos and am so glad I found your blog. Love it love it :) Makes you wanna go lay down with them.

  5. That may be the best photo you've ever posted. Now, if my beloved Bear was in it, it would be perfect.

  6. That is just too cute --- it makes my eyes water and my hair hurt!!

  7. I love this photo, it's very cute. I have a dog that looks like a sheep when her hair is long. I took her to a playgroup where there happened to be a sheep dog. The sheep dog kept trying to herd my dog into a corner. :)

  8. Hi Everybody,
    Thanks for taking the time to write!


    Oh my gosh that is so funny. Thanks for the laugh. :)


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