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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Things That Make Me Go Awww!!

Hello my dear friends,

today I would like to share some pictures with you, that make me go "aww!"

I have a folder on my computer called "Things that make me smile". I collect pictures from websites and mainly from a UK newspaper called The Daily Mail. I collect these pictures for one reason and one reason only - because they make me smile! There is so much bad surrounding us in this world, but these pictures prove that good still does exist. These photographs make me forget about all the bad things and allow me to sit back for a moment and appreciate and smile at the good that still exists. I hope they will do the same for you.

These baby badgers were saved from a flooded area in the UK.

This is a baby sloth, also saved and now living in a sanctuary.

This is one of the first baby deers born last year in the Spring in the UK.

These are baby ducklings who were rescued and taken in by a caring family. They seem to enjoy swimming in the sink!

A baby wallaby! Isn't he ADORABLE?!

A tiny baby gorilla, unfortunately rejected by his Mother, is seen here in an incubater as he is being cared for by Zoo staff, on his way to recovery.

A beautiful baby panda from China.

A cute little baby monkey.

I would just like to add, that I have no rights to any of these photographs. They have all been taken by professional photographers and were published in The Daily Mail in the UK. These photos are for your enjoyment only.

Have a peaceful and creative day,

Karen B.


  1. What can i say...just...ahhhhhh.
    Please take a look here....our 3 motherless kittens...destroying my (cheap) curtains.
    Because when you have kittens and cats, your house must be catproof.All the years long ...
    Because we love them so much


  2. They make me go awwwwwww as well, they are so precious.

  3. awwwww. These are so sweet!

    barbara jean

  4. Beautiful pictures! Thanks for sharing :-)

  5. Isn't that a wombat? It looks to me to be a wombat instead of a wallaby. The front paws are to long and the feet have to many toes...