A Happy Duck

Jun
19


….is a duck that isn’t lonely anymore.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 19, 2010  

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  1. 6-19
    1:14
    am

    That is one BIG ducky smile!!! :happyfeet:

  2. 6-19
    4:41
    am

    Soooo, did the golf ball hatch?! :?

  3. 6-19
    5:03
    am

    I do see a little smile on that ducks face, or maybe it’s in the eyes! :happyfeet: :happyfeet: :happyfeet:

  4. 6-19
    6:24
    am

    She’s smiling!!!! Yay, Happy Duck!

  5. 6-19
    6:46
    am

    Yay! :)

  6. 6-19
    8:17
    am

    Oh happy day! What a ducky smile!

  7. 6-19
    8:31
    am

    Yep that’s a happy duck! Chic :hungry2:

  8. 6-19
    11:11
    am

    Can’t wait to see a picture of who is keeping her company and making her smile.

  9. 6-19
    11:32
    am

    Just let me say “Aw so cute!” :yes:

  10. 6-19
    12:21
    pm

    Great shot of your duck! I can see his little teeth! He’s beautiful!

  11. 6-19
    7:36
    pm

    AFLAC….

  12. 6-19
    10:33
    pm

    Yaaaay! I’m so happy for happy duck!!!!

  13. 6-20
    12:54
    am

    She has been wating sooo…long for family (ducky’s that is), she looks so happy! So glad she has ducky friends now! Hopefully they will STAY and keep her company. Gingermouse

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