Friday, October 07, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 10/7/05


Settling In

4 comments:

  1. Hello Susan.

    Do you want to make a second swing with the tire ?

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  2. Thanks so much for the nice comment!I like so much Farmgirl Fare! Regards, Sonia.

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  3. Morning Farmgirl Susan! Oh, waiting another day was no big deal on why no A n B names... you have sound reasoning if not "interesting" reasoning for that! LOL You do realize everyone waited on that because you do make things so interesting so much of the time? But then, farm life is anything but boring right? :-PPP

    Looks like the tire grew roots to stay....

    *snickers* oh, if I only could be a tire in FarmGirl's life....

    Have a great day!

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  4. Hi Mijo,
    I don't think that tire is going anywhere but further into the ground. : )

    Hi Sonia,
    You're very welcome. The photos of your Brazilian home and garden on your new blog, Leaves Of Grass, are absolutely gorgeous!

    Hi Heather,
    Well, if I didn't already know that you really are this sweet, I might suspect you were buttering me up in hopes of winning the Name That Sheep Contest. . . : )

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