Clover Sings to Me

Jun
13

“You are so beautiful….
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….to me.
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You are so beautiful….
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….to me.
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Can’t you see…….eeee….eeee…..eeee.
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You’re everything I hoped for.
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You’re everything I need.
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You are so beautiful…..
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….to me.”
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CLOVER!!!! You weren’t singing to me. YOU WERE SINGING TO THE COOKIE!!!!!! Weren’t you? TELL THE TRUTH.
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Clover: “Maybe.”


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 13, 2009  

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  1. 6-13
    4:06
    am

    So cute!
    I know how you feel. My horses only tolerate me because I bring food.

  2. 6-13
    5:23
    am

    that’s goats for you.
    I know from personal experience sheep are pretty much the same. No, I take that back, goats are more lovey, like dogs and sheep are more aloof, like cats.
    I love checking in on your blog each day. thanks for the daily uplift.

  3. 6-13
    5:34
    am

    Hehee.

    Wow, I never noticed how different goats’ pupils were before. They look kinda rectangular, almost….

    That’s what happens when you don’t sleep and haven’t had coffee, you see things in a whole new light… :P

  4. 6-13
    5:43
    am

    I just knew there was a cookie involved in that serenade!

  5. 6-13
    6:27
    am

    Love the pic of Clover sticking out her tongue. If she didn’t love you she wouldn’t put up with all the picture taking.LOL

  6. 6-13
    7:37
    am

    LOL, that last photo is priceless. She really looks like she’s saying that.

  7. 6-13
    7:44
    am

    Clover is just too Cool ;-)

  8. 6-13
    7:50
    am

    I love the tongue picture too. I am lucky to have everyones eyes open and their whole head in the pic and you can get a goat to stick out her tongue on command. You rock!

    Little N. is at grandmas house–she might just get introduced to chickens in the road now too.

  9. 6-13
    8:46
    am

    That was an adorable post! You’ve got me smiling!!!

  10. 6-13
    8:51
    am

    She is sooooo adorable. Love the animals on the farm. Can’t wait to show my grandaughter the picture with the tongue out. Also love the one where she is peeking at you from the side of a bldg.

  11. 6-13
    9:45
    am

    Haha! I love it! I think Clover was definitely serenading that cookie. :)

  12. 6-13
    10:02
    am

    ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. 6-13
    11:52
    am

    #4 and #5 ~ these really really really make me want to own Clover. What a doll…

  14. 6-13
    11:56
    am

    Well Clover is eating for two now! I had to chuckle cuz that was my prom song.

  15. 6-13
    12:03
    pm

    I think you are a little bit in love with your farm animals! :snoopy:

  16. 6-13
    2:03
    pm

    I love the pics and stories you tell with them!

  17. 6-13
    4:50
    pm

    Clover is beautiful! But why are her pupils in the shape of rectangles in some of the pictures??? Are they really shaped like that?
    Is she an Alien???
    Ha

  18. 6-13
    5:12
    pm

    Did I miss something?

    Clover is eating for two? (or three)

    How come no one told me?

  19. 6-13
    5:18
    pm

    Goats eyes are like that! Their pupils are like rectangles. Like that guy on Star Trek.

  20. 6-13
    5:20
    pm

    No, no, we don’t know that Clover is pregnant! She might be, but we still don’t know. I’m sure she thinks she needs to eat cookies for two or ten in any case, LOL.

  21. 6-13
    5:47
    pm

    Listen, Cookies make me sing too!!!

  22. 6-13
    7:38
    pm

    Adorable bunch of photos!

  23. 6-13
    8:20
    pm

    clover loves you and loves cookies! especially animal cookies!

  24. 6-13
    8:37
    pm

    I just adore your posts, I’ve been reading for months but I just started reading this to my 4 and 3 year old sons (I have a 20 month old and 8 month old sons also but they don’t quite have the patience) and I want to thank you again for your heartwarming stories that touch our hearts. Not to really go into it but life in our home has been really tough this last year, and I no that no matter what is going wrong I can read your blog and smile! :heart:

  25. 6-15
    6:51
    am

    I love her eyes!

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