this is really beautiful!I love the image
Love your Blog !!! Thanks :-)
this photo has a very good resolution... one day you will have a gallery..just attempted my first upside down cake.. i posted it on my blog.want a slice?maybe dan wants?
I know what those are!!! They are pointy things that pick up hay bales, and I have a set in my closet (odd place for them, I know) just waiting for the future when I will pick up hay to feed to all my (future) animals!
hi farmgirl - haven't visited u for awhile (*embarrassed blush*) but I'm so totally in LOVE with your new REALLY CUTE BANNER - fantastic, how did u do it? did u paint it yourself and uploaded after photoshopping?
think I will apply as the farm's curator ;-) and have dan on my side singing hahahha
Wow... you really have the artist's eye.
Hi Wendy & Kelly,Thank you!Hi Chanit,Thanks and welcome to the farm!Hi Sha,Your upside down pear cake looked awesome. I was dying for a warm slice last night with some really good vanilla ice cream. (No, Dan can't have cake; I'll eat his piece, too,thank you. : )Your newly re-done blog is fabulous. I still can't figure out how the header keeps changing, but I love it!Hi Alisha,You are absolutely correct! Only I don't actually use those. I admire them hanging there, and then I pick up the bales by wrapping my gloved hands around the baling twine that holds them together. Let me know if you figure out how to use them. : )Hi Eatzycath,No need to be embarrassed for not visiting lately. We will be here when you make it by. (And I should be the Queen of Super Embarrassment as I am SO behind on visiting all the blogs I love.)As for the new banner, I'm so glad you like it. Oh, it was much easier than you think. I simply had somebody else create it for me--Liselotte Weller, a wonderful illustrator in Denmark. Click here to see examples of her delightful illustrations and find out how you can have her create a unique piece of artwork especially for you. : )Hi Sha,She's back again! : ) Oh, is that what you call what Dan does--singing? Hmmmmm. : )Hi Diningdica,Thanks so much. : )
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