Sunday, January 01, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 1/1/06


Best Wishes For The New Year

16 comments:

  1. And to you too, FG :) Helloooo, sheepie! *hug*

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  2. Thanks so much for your farm photos and sharing about farm life and cooking. I'm marking this blog for repeat visits. :)

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  3. Is that little Alisha???

    Best of wishes for you and yours, Susan!!!

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  4. Oh lookit that dear face! Happy New Year to all the two and four legged creatures at the farm!

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  5. Best to you and yours in the New Year Susan!

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  6. This is a lovely site with fabulous photos. I love the animals and the scenery and the farm photos. You should visit The Farmer's Wife if you haven't already. She is in northern Illinois and has a wonderful perspective on farm life.

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  7. Lovely photos in your blog. Thanks for sharing them!

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  8. Susan,wishing you and all the cuties at the farm a very Happy New Year and may it bring you more friends,laughter and so much more.

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  9. Your photos are always exceptional; every one of them is a teat for the eye!!!

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  10. FARM GIRL and to all her animals
    HAPPY NEW YEAR big hug from the other side of the pond...

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  11. And best wishes to you too Susan :-)

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  12. Poultry Resolutions 2006:

    1. Explore new opportunities for self-expression;
    2. Keep all feathers in good trim;
    3. Try to be more tolerant of the limitations of lesser bipeds; and
    3. Lay an egg or two, if time allows.

    Happy New Year from Lindy the Chicken and Whitey

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  13. I hope you have a wonderful 2006, FG. And Lindy (the girl AND the chicken) is cracking me up this morning, as usual.

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  14. Your skill at photography is absolutely incredible. Do you also have really good equipment?

    Just added a link to your blog from mine. Wanting to share you with my friends! :o)

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