Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Falling down on the job













37 comments:

  1. Adorable pictures of the boys in the midst of starting to catch a few zzzz's, but how on earth did you get front pictures/back pictures without disturbing them?

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  2. Gives new meaning to "the lazy days of summer".

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  3. Looks like George MIGHT have had a little work in mind, but Alan just seemed way too comfy. Might as well have a nap!

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  4. I think they've had one too many Tequila Sunrises !!!!!

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  5. Aw...look at those cuddle buddies! That is so sweet.

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  6. Animals are smart. A siesta during the heat of the day. These photos are so cute. Thanks for the smiles.
    Best always, Sandra

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  7. Friday's question. How did the donkeys enjoy the horse treats? I hope you got some yum yum faces in the photos.
    Best always, Sandra

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  8. LOL! These guys look drunk! Must be hot hot hot in NM. :)

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  9. Nancy in NC7/7/10, 6:34 AM

    awwww - siesta!

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  10. Too funny!!!

    I love the third one.

    Our donkeys (as well as our younger horses) have been spending the hotter parts of the day stretched out sleeping in the sun.

    Mary

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  11. I hope that the third shot and the last one are on the short list for the next George and Alan calendar!

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  12. could they get any more adorable and fabulous!!?

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  13. I really can't stand how wonderful those pictures are.

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  14. I think one of them was giving you a raspberry with his tongue.
    Looks like it was a hot day.

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  15. Oh, Carson. This is another classic in my book. Makes me want to run right over to hug and kiss them. My favorites are the third down (Alan) and the second to the last (George). That shot of George is total goober-face. Man, do they ever look content.

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  16. That last photo says it all: it's a donkey's life at the 7MSN. :)

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  17. You are very, very talented at capturing every moment and it is delightful! They are just the cutest things. They almost look like stuffed animals ~ too cute to be real.

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  18. They are so funny! They look like they are playing dead in the last picture.

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  19. I can't get this big smile off my face! I especially love the burro ears and the sandy muzzle - you have the most wonderful boys!!!

    Nancy in Iowa

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  20. OMG that is sooooo great!!!

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  21. They look like my daughters plastic donkeys after she's done playing. Knocked out, yet somehow still animated!

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  22. Ahhhhhhhhhhh................................ feels soooo good to stretch out........

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  23. Good grief! LOL!!! And about that last picture --- "What a view."

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  24. What a couple of clowns! I love the vantage point you took between the ears. They're a riot.

    (P.S. Getting very excited...*squeak*)

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  25. The photos. The actions. This is the best thing I've seen all day. Pat in TN asked the same question I was thinking. Can't wait until Friday.

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  26. These photos are great! I think your boys are adorable! This makes me want to get another donkey.

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  27. And just when I thought you couldn't surprise us with new angles anymore! Great shots!

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  28. What a bunch of goons...lol!!! How could you not love them? : )

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  29. Oh my! They are soo adorable. I especially like the second last one, with George looking over Alan, too cute.

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  30. Yay, Donkey Cuddle Pile!! :D

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  31. Kerrrrr --- Plop. Exactly the same way Greyhound lies down.

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  32. Who needs words with photos like those?! :)

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  33. OMG, when you think they can't get any cuter ... I mean, they are like kittens! But cuter!

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  34. How I love these guys, I look at my George and Alan calendar every day, they always make me smile :)

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  35. awwwww man! now that's the ticket!

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  36. Oh Man!!! What "posers" they are and I mean that sincerely; I could see a terrific belly scratch-fest coming on and I totally would have loved to administer the scratching... I'm told I give good scritches and massages as well. Hmmm that's an idea: Donkey scritches & belly rubs will travel :)

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