Monday, August 28, 2017

Showing The Love




Thanks, Rye.

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  1. I think I showed that on my blog quite a while ago. Young wombats are so cute. Mature ones, not so much.

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    1. Hi Andrew,
      I know nothing about wombats. I think he's awfully cute though:)

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  2. I love wombats...they're such great little animals. :)

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    1. I just don't know that much about them. But I sure fell in love with this little guy.

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  3. They are truly beautiful (albeit destructive) critters.

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    1. I know next to nothing about them.
      But he's an awfully cute little guy.

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    2. Doesn't he make you just want to pick him up and snuggle?
      Hugs back,

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  5. Touching!

    Love is needed for each single living being

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  6. Young wombats are so cute. Mature ones, not so much.



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    1. Good morning, Roth. That seems to be the general consensus. I'm going to have to do some research:)

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  7. Oh my goodness! Thanks for sharing Sandra.

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  8. Who knew wombats were so loving? Or so fast? That little guy could run.

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  9. Oh, how cute is that little guy!

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  10. OMG...I almost want a wombat because he is sooooo cute! Of course that would not be prudent but this is so sweet

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  11. Sure sticking close by and enjoying a good belly rub.

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  12. touching film, like rehab peoples devotion

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    1. Rehabbers are devoted aren't they, Steve? Many kudos to them.

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  13. Precious and looking adorable. Responding to nurturing as most babies will. Sweet little fur-ball 💗

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  14. I don't know anything about them, but I could see that a baby would be fun to foster!

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    1. I don't know anything about them either. I'm going to have to read up.

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  15. I always wondered what a wombat looked like!

    I saw you ask on another site (I think it was you!) if Beatrix Potter did her own illustrations. Oh, yes she did! Her art is amazing and not just the children's books. Her botanicals are lovely too. If you haven't seen the movie "Miss Potter" (often on-demand) it's delightful.

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  16. Give me some of that wombat love and joy! Look at how he runs and who wouldn't submit to a wonderful tummy rub. Thanks, Sandra. I enjoyed this break.

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  17. A wonderful heartfelt pic Sandra.

    Yvonne.

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  18. That is the cutest thing. Just what I needed to lift me up. Thanks!

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  19. how....kewl....iz....thiz !!!!!! ☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  20. Aww God bless that sweet creature.

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  21. That is too cute for cute! Adorable!!
    ~Jess

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  22. Aww. Who knew wombats could be so cute?!

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  23. I've never seen a real wombat before and I think this one was trained well, probably from the time it could be trained. It was certainly adorable.

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  24. He is so cute! I want to hug him!!!
    Sandra, I would love to see your daughter's art! I know all about "starving artists". I could not afford to live on my own! That is why I am getting into stickers, bags, etc. I always said I would never do things like that, but I have really researched a lot of artists, and that's how that can stay afloat. So, I am going to give it a try. If your daughter truly has art in her heart, tell her never to give it up! Big Hugs!

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