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Introducing....

I went to the Farmer's Market today to pick up a bussel of apples for applesauce.
To market to market to buy a fresh .........well, you get the picture.
I had never been to this market before. After a recommendation from my in-laws, I decided that it was a beautiful day for the 30 minute drive to the Booth Corner Farmer's Market.
Eggs, veggies, and then a stroll around.
I turn a corner and in front of me is this little guy.....
Meet Oliver
Who is now at home with us.

After an adventureous ride home and meeting the family, he enthusiastically tried to make friends with Clyde and my cats. Dave and John were happy to have him and thought he was adorable, but...well, let's just say that Clyde and the cats were not the least bit interested in befriending this ball of energy. So to run off some steam, he froliced around outside, did his business and then cozied next to Dave on the couch where he is now fast asleep.

I am sure he's going to be very active again right when we need to go to the theater tonight.

Sigh.

Really, I wanted Apples.

Comments

Unknown said…
AHHH! So cute! I'm jealous!
~Paola~ said…
awww...Oliver is ohh soo ADORABLE!!!! I want a lil ball of fluff too now!
PS there's always time to find apples to make apple sauce ....another day!LOL

*muwahhh*
Paola
Robin said…
So so cute!!!! Congratulations on the new baby.
Catie said…
What a cute addition to the family - how old is he?

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