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May 23, 2008

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That last photo belongs on a calendar page. what great lil gardeners you have there!

At least they only examined... Yesterday, Newton ate an entire strawberry that was cut up for him. You have to watch peaches around him -- he'll have the skins off of them in no time. By that time, though, he is satiated and doesn't know what to do with the rest of the peach. We call him the Fruit Cat (like a Fruit Bat).

Sam the Wonder Cat loves potato slices - but only as toys. Since my carpeting is fairly new, he hasn't been indulged much! That is not to say that he isn't overindulged in all other ways!

As always, Baby and Tiny generate an instant flutter in my heart. I am so in love with them.

Took Sis Linda to the Asparagus Festival in Caroline County, Virginia this holiday weekend (gorgeous country around there). There was a very-close-to-newborn calf there for petting and she proceeded to take Linda's hand into her mouth and started suckling on it! Linda said it was kind of a hand massage and wasn't at all unpleasant. However, I went and found a manager of the farm where this affair was held and opined that perhaps the wee one should be taken to visit her mama for a half hour or so, since clearly she was hungry!

Great pics as always Sissy.

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