Sunday, April 1

Sunday Dose of Cute: Kissy Kissy

Lamb kissing Bert 1 -

More photos below. . .

Lamb kissing Bert 2 -

Lamb kissing Bert 3 -

Lamb kissing Bert 4 -

Lamb kissing Bert 5 -

Wishing you a fun loving week!

More little lamb cute? Here.
More beagle Bert? Here and here.

©, where 73 degrees at 10pm tonight feels like an April Fool's joke, but isn't—nor was today's high of 88. Everything is showing up so early this year, including the whippoorwills. Can you hear them? Whippoorwill! Whipoorwill! Whippoorwill!


  1. Aww, these photos are so sweet! :-)

  2. 88 early April?? Wow! Hope we're not harvesting hay in July!

    Tracy B.

  3. It was 80 yesterday here in Denver today it is only supposed to be 48. So maybe that will be your way on WE?

  4. Mr. Bert looks like he is starting to mellow down from his reckless youth. Or maybe just tired from his weekend!

  5. I think Bert was licking the lambie kisses off! ;-)

  6. That Bert is such a cutie (not to mention the lamb!).

    88 degrees on April 1??? Yikes! I can only imagine what this summer may have in store for us.
    Maybe that was MotherbNature's idea of an April Fool's Day joke. Let's hope so.

  7. What a well mannered dog, so respectful to the wee lambie. Averting his gaze to avoid conflict. Stressful business, deferring to sheep... "lick, pant".

  8. Bert's a cutie-pie!

  9. What a great dog Bert is. I have this dialogue for the lamb running in my head...well, he's kind of my size, but he sure doesn't smell like me! Guess I need to get a little closer....


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