Thursday, June 27, 2013

A Freshly Shorn Mini Llama Sorta Day~*

Thing 1 has written a wonderful blog post, all on her own, without me poking her at all.  She just announced out of the blue last weekend that she had it.  She is smashing grand like that. 

But then she went up to my Mom & Dad's to help look after her cousin {my nephew} who was staying with them while her Aunt {my sister} was at a teaching seminar.  Thing 1 was going to get back yesterday afternoon.  But no.  Poppy {my Dad} made spaghetti & all bets were off.

So we are experiencing a slight delay.

And I didn't have anything prepared in lieu of such a delay.

So I am bringing you llamas.  And not just any old llamas.  Freshly shorn Tennessean mini llamas who made an unexpected appearance at our farmer's market.

Enjoy their super-cuteness & I'll get Thing 1's post set up for tomorrow~*

After all, a llama a day keeps suggestions?

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  1. Poppy's spaghetti must be spectacular. Perhaps these llamas have had some...they have very happy expressions! Since I have dwarf/mini goats, the concept of mini llamas shouldn't surprise me...but I am really taken by the novelty of little llamas. They are darling in a long necked funny faced way. Watch out for Karl, though, if you want to keep your fingers. (=

  2. So cute! Dare I ask why they are at the Farmer's Market?

  3. What a nice surprise. And I agree with JoKnows, why? haha
    Cortne @ Coco in Magnolia

    1. They were there because their owner sells homespun llama yarn! They were there for the publicity-- they drew quite the crowd!

  4. So these are indeed super cute... but I kind if have a llama fear! We have one at our local farmers market with brown buck teeth and crossed eyes and I can't even go near him :)


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