because when you see the pictures from this weekend
you will find yourself surrendering your heart....
to Daphne and Morning Glory(Chloe)!
(I am seriously considering changing Morning Glory's name to "Chloe".)
We trailered the girls the hour and a half trip without incident.
And settling into their new home was just as easy.
They are so very loving and affectionate!
And though literature claims that donkeys and dogs don't mix very well,
they were quite curious about Sammy,
and spent quite a long time sniffing every inch of him.
With coaching from me, he held very very still.
Maddie met the donkeys later in the day...
as you can see, she was busy tending to her piggies.
The horses were quite excited and introduced themselves over and through the fence.
One by one each of the cats stopped by for a visit.
Sunday afternoon we had a surprise visit from Tyler and his Mommy.
What fun it is to visit Grammie and Mup's farm!
The donkeys were very gentle with Tyler.
And they are just his size!
I am so thankful that cameras have evolved into the digital age,
because if I had taken all the pictures that I took this weekend on film...
it would have cost and arm and a leg for the film, not to mention the processing!
I have posted some of the extra pictures on the farm Facebook page.
So, I have to tell you...
I am hopelessly in love with these gals.
I spent quite a bit of time this weekend just sitting in a lawn chair inside the donkey's yard...
snuggling and snuzzling (what fun!).
These gals are the perfect addition (and the last) to the farm.
I know you are all chuckling in disbelief at that last statement.....
but I do mean it.
I have reached "donkey nirvana!"
PS.....still no baby goats.
Those Mamas are in no hurry, it seems.