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Baby Legs

Apr
30


This is the kind of image on your desktop that makes people walk by your computer and go hmmmm, because it’s a little mysterious and strange. I decided I liked it and that it made me think of spring and babies and happiness. It’s my desktop wallpaper for May. If you want to make people go hmmmm and feel happy inside at the same time, you can get it, free, here.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 30, 2012  

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  1. 4-30
    7:22
    pm

    hmmmmmmm!

  2. 4-30
    9:44
    pm

    She is so darling. love her legs looks like she has boots on :D

  3. 4-30
    9:44
    pm

    She is so darling. love her legs looks like she has boots on :D
    Ann/alba

  4. 5-1
    6:48
    am

    Just so you know, on a film set, “baby legs” means a specialized, very short tripod. And a tripod is called “sticks”. There is nothing that I am aware of called “a goat”, except maybe one of the long-suffering production assistants (who is, of course, a “P.A.”).

  5. 5-1
    8:05
    am

    Golly Suzanne,

    At first glance, I thought those baby legs were tarantula legs. Magnified. Gulp.

    Baby legs are so much better!

    Be well,
    Billie

  6. 5-1
    9:09
    am

    I LOVE this photo. thanks for sharing this for free Suzanne. you’re the best. :hug:

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