Monday, March 26

Monday Dose of Cute: Weekend Recovery Mode, Version Two

Weekend recovery mode 1 -
(Click here to see version one)

More photos below. . .

Weekend recovery mode 2 -

Weekend recovery mode 3 -

Weekend recovery mode 4 -

Weekend recovery mode 5 -

Weekend recovery mode 6 -

It's going to be a bright eyed and bushy tailed week—maybe starting tomorrow.

©, home of the pooped out party animals. And that ewe in the bottom photo is fine; she's just very tired of being pregnant.


  1. Hi Susan,
    Heartfelt thanks for sharing your world with us. ;) I so enjoy seeing your animals posted on FB, and throughly enjoy your recipes. My daughter is pregnant with her first child. An event we are so excited about. ;) The only thing that could make life any sweeter for us, would be to have a family hobby farm like yours. Your sharing your life, encourages us to dream & work towards our goal of owning a small hobby farm. Pax, Grace

  2. Love all your pooped party animals! LOL!!

  3. Good Morning, our dogs are exhausted after a weekend of partying on the deck with the family also, it's hard to hang out in the sun, play ball,maybe a bath, and get a few goodies from their human pals.We were teased here in NY for a few days with the warm weather but now back to reality and waiting for Summer.

  4. Your pictures are beautiful and adorable! Love seeing another side of life for a city girl!

  5. That brown one in the 2nd pic is a fatso. He's eating all the groceries.

  6. I've been reading your posts for quite some time and especially love this time of year with all the lambs. I have nominated you for the 7x7 Link Award! Thanks for day in, day out enjoyable reading!


December 2015 update: Hi! For some reason I can't figure out, Blogger hasn't been letting me leave comments on my own blog (!) for the last several months, so I've been unable to respond to your comments and questions. My apologies for any inconvenience! You're always welcome to email me: farmgirlfare AT gmail DOT com.

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