Friday, September 30

Friday Dose of Cute: Got Any Weekend Plans?

Donkey Gnat Relaxing on Gus' Ears -

Or will you just be hanging out?

©, where I'm seeing a batch of easy chocolate biscotti and maybe some buttery little cranberry scones in our future, with mugs of steaming tea and big cups of coffee with lots of steamed milk—and plenty of donkey treats of course.


  1. My weekend will be spent working. Bleh!

  2. Cleaning out the garage this weekend ahead of the dry cold front coming thru. Time to move the dwarf citrus trees inside where they will stay a nice above 40-degree temperature all winter long.

  3. Great donkey picture!
    I'll be selling bread at the Farmer's Market on Saturday.

  4. O I love those donkeys! So sweet those 'long ears". Beautiful weekend (although chilly & windy) - fall is so much fun!


  5. My weekend... cleaning house, relaxing and today baking cornbread for the lst Annual School Bus Driver/Monitor Chili and Cornbread Cook Off at the school district I work for... I love your sweet donkeys, your photos make me wish I were there for pets and scratchies...

  6. Sounds like some good eats and some warm beverage for the cool snap.


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