Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Some Days Need Few Words



My son and his fellow intern have ten days left working with these beauties. I'm certain they will remain imprinted on their minds for a long time to come.

26 comments:

  1. Oh My Goodness...I would be in absolute heaven. They are beautiful and delicate. How awesome that he has this opportunity. And you are right...this is an experience that he will never forget. Thanks for sharing the beautiful photos.

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  2. That second picture took my breath away. What an awesome opportunity for your son.

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  3. Oh, aren't they gorgeous! What a wonderful experience for your son.

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  4. Oh, they are beautiful creatures, yes.
    But we are overrun with them in our back yard...they eat my plants and leave us deer ticks. But then again, we chose to live in the woods ;)

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  5. We used to have deer at a previous house, and I never tired of watching the babies out the window - even if they were eating my roses! Your son is so lucky to be able to be hands on with them.

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  6. Aw, they are precious! Your boy is lucky to work with them. If I could do things over, I think I'd do something like that.

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  7. So adorable and lovable. Nice that your son got to know them.

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  8. What a wonderful way to spend the summer--great photos.

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  9. one word: Awwwwwww. (That's a word, right?)

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  10. This looks like my neighborhood...at least at dawn, when the lilies are getting nibbled down. Terribly Bambi cute!

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  11. I popped in over from Musings of A Would Be Writer and am so glad I did. How lucky your son is - as are you for being able to spend time with all those little Bambis. So cute! Cheryl

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  12. Only ten already? Time sure does fly!

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  13. How absolutely precious and that's a word I don't use very often! Give your son and buds a hug for me and tell them thanks.

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  14. Wow, they are just beautiful, aren't they? What a great experience for your son!

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  15. How sweet! What an incredible experience.

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  16. You are so right - a picture is worth a thousand words.

    Margaret

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  17. What sweet pictures of these beautiful lil babies! Your son is truly a lucky one to be able to have this experience. I am sure they will definitely leave an imprint on him!

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  18. Come by when you have a minute, I have a little something for you!

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  19. Utterly utterly gorgeous! How wonderful to be able to be amongst such darlings.

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  20. Yeah, they're cute, but I just remember one biting me when I was a kid. I mean, what the heck was that all about? I was a sweet little girl, wouldn't even kill a fly. And it bit me. Stupid fawn.

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  21. I know I've asked you this before and I know you've told me, but what does your son do?

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  22. The cuteness factor of this is absolutely through the roof! I just love their awkwardly long thin legs

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