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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Meet The Girls

My daughter and son-in-law have recently bought a place in the country.
It came complete with four miniature donkeys, who are the sweetest and most curious little jennies.
They are called companion animals, and it is obvious why, since they are the most social of creatures.
Meet the latest family members......Rose, Daisy, Lily, and Buttercup, two precious mothers and their adored daughters.


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18 comments:

Willow said...

What a beautiful lush green area. So sweet the little jennies. Congrats to your daughter and son-in- law on their beautiful new country home!

donna baker said...

Jo, that is so exciting. I want a jennie so bad. I do hope they are close by.

Janneke said...

Your daughter and son-in-law are very lucky to have found such a beautiful green place to live. And as an extra 4 donkeys, they look so adorable.

rusty duck said...

They are gorgeous!
What a bonus to a house purchase!!

DJan said...

They are so adorable! What a gift to have them around you. :-)

Barbee' said...

And, a fine fence, also.

Doc said...

I absolutely love donkeys, they are such sweet animals.

YONKS said...

Donkeys are the best! Such wonderful characters.
Thanks for popping in to visit me in Wales today.
Love your blog!
Di
xxx

Lisa Sall - Sall's Country Life said...

Ah... companions in the country, true bliss! I wish them all much happiness in their new home!

DeniseinVA said...

Oh how very cool! I adore donkeys, and these look very sweet.

Nellie said...

How cute they are! It looks like a setting that is very peaceful.

Custom Comforts said...

They look like darling sweeties. All kinds of animals make wonderful pets.
Cindy

Monique Elisabeth said...

Ahhh so very cute and I love the names ; )
Have a great day.

Snapper II said...

Love this post. I hope we will see a lot of these social creatures. LOL

Susie said...

Jo, Our neighbor used to get sheep through the summer to eat the grass in his wooded lot. Some times a donkey came with them. We were told it was to keep the coyotes away. But once in a while that donkey would run after the sheep. Hope you enjoy yours. xoxo,Susie

Jeri Landers said...

When I die, I bequeath my donkeys to this farm where I insist they live out their long lives. I am glad your daughter acquired the little donks with the land, perfect.

Star said...

Oh to have all that space! How wonderful and the donkeys are gorgeous. Lucky you, you get to visit them too.

Bluefinch said...

I just found your fabulous blog via fellow blog friend, Cache-Mire! I am also a TN artist (West TN) but grew up in East TN and married a man from Middle TN! Your blog is beautiful! Love, Love, Love it! I am looking forward to more and just became a follower!
Rachel