An elegant dinner served with lush greens.
Fresh bedding and a cool fan to keep the bugs off.
“Anything else I can get for you ladies tonight?”, I asked.
“Perhaps a glass of wine?” replied Louise.
“Red or white?”
Your killing me here - If I thought my husband wouldn't kill me, I'd have a barn going up for a couple here. We are trying to sell the house and move to MO thou. hummmmm, bet a couple of them would like a home in the Ozarks??
They are so durn cute! How can you resist those faces! I would spoil 'em too!
I think she'd like some stilton cheese and a glass of malbec! LOL!!! Have a great weekend!Mary
Such lucky girls. It makes me so happy when animals find their people and everyone's heart is full.
Can I check in?
Knew you would like them! And they are coyote patrol you wouldn't believe! Just don't let your own dogs in with them until they know them. We feed ours sheep feed in a small bit in the morning and evening, though they would do fine on pasture alone. They thrive on it, and it keeps them coming up close where we can check for any problems. Love your pictures!
They have such sweet faces :)
Can I come live at your house???
They are just so cute - I want to see them in person!
Tee Hee :-)
These are the no cuddling allowed ones, right? Sigh.
The thought has crossed my mind that I could perhaps reside (with my animals of course!) at Your Place. No need to fuss, we can sleep where ever! I could be your 'built in' babysitter and I' sure that Sable would do a delightful job of keeping our girls safe, and Bella would make sure that everone's where they belong!Or not.
LOL, that actually has some merit, Nancy!
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