Sweet Relief

Jan
31


Mr. Pibb, enjoying a cookie yesterday after surviving his meadow bottom orientation with the other bucks.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 31, 2011  

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  1. 1-31
    1:42
    pm

    He looks like he missed his “cookie mama”!

  2. 1-31
    1:52
    pm

    Cookies make everything better!

  3. 1-31
    2:03
    pm

    That makes me feel better! :yes:

  4. 1-31
    2:42
    pm

    Awwwww….Mr Pibb looks happy with his cookie!

  5. 1-31
    2:43
    pm

    Glad he’s settling in with the boys. :)

  6. 1-31
    3:14
    pm

    I’m so happy he got a cookie after that ordeal. I hope it wasn’t too stressful for him. being so attached to you he must miss you, but cookies make EVERYTHING better! :yes: :yes: :yes:

  7. 1-31
    4:33
    pm

    Hopefully that cookie was worth all he had to go through in his new location!

    Dianna
    http://www.thesedaysofmine.com

  8. 1-31
    4:34
    pm

    May I should have phrased that differently: what he had to go through was worth it to get that cookie! But you probably all knew what I meant!

    Dianna
    http://www.thesedaysofmine.com

  9. 1-31
    5:19
    pm

    Gosh, how many of those gingerbread men did you make?!

  10. 1-31
    5:41
    pm

    Have the boys settled things or are they still working it out? I was interested in how relatively mild the interaction between Mr. Pibb and Eclipse was, but the sheep was scary!

  11. 1-31
    6:10
    pm

    I could just hug him hes so cute. Glad all is well

  12. 1-31
    9:09
    pm

    So, who’s the new head honcho????

  13. 2-1
    9:34
    am

    Somebody is eyeing his cookie.

  14. 2-1
    11:15
    am

    Glad he survived the hazing! LOL! A cookie always makes me feel better, too!

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