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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Attack of the Cute!!! No Further Words Necessary!

Hope all of you have a wonderful day! Enjoy, find reasons to smile and better yet, laugh out loud!!


Anonymous said...

How unbearably sweeeeeet these pictures are! I never know what to expect from your blog, Sylvia. Love it!!!

Dianne said...

these are all wonderful
I'm going to show Hope

Powell River Books said...

Not sure I've ever seen anything like the second picture. Is it a long haired mouse? - Margy

Dianne said...

Ah! I love this attack of the cute Sylvia .... Especially that little puddly-tat in the top pic .... just adorable! xx

Icy BC said...

Those are wonderful photos. They made me smile and feel warm in my heart! (Did you hear me say OOOOH...AAAAH...?)

Andrea said...

How refreshing ... I have just been slain by a cute. Don't know how you do it Sylvia, but you get me every time. I am loving your new header too. I always come here with anticipation and you never disappoint :)

Andrea @ From The Sol

NixBlog said...

I like the guinea pig with the fancy hair style! :-)

Margie's Musings said...

Those are soooo cute!

Al said...

Too cute - that first one is just too adorable. I hope you're having a wonderful week, and enjoying all your dry weather in Seattle!

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PerthDailyPhoto said...

I love every single one Sylvia, toooooo adorable!

☆•.¸.Mildred.¸.•☆ said...

So cute!
Hi hi hi hi! It made my day;o)
Thanks Sylvia;o)


Reader Wil said...

They are all so cute and so innocent. Who would do them harm? And yet....we cannot but protect them and take care of them. Have a great new week, Sylvia. Your header is stunning again.
Wil, ABCW Team

clairz said...

I will take cuteness any day. We all can use all the positivity (is that a word?) we can get! Thank you, Sylvia, as always, for sharing your enthusiasm for life with your readers.

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