Thursday, November 23, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 11/23/06

Happy Thanksgiving!


Thankful To Call This Place Home

What are you thankful for?

A year of Daily Photos ago:
It's easy to forget just how big some of our trees are.

25 comments:

  1. Cape Cod Kitty11/23/2006 8:30 AM

    Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for that lovely photo to begin the day!
    So much to be grateful for:
    my family, my health, the beautiful world close by and far away, the wonders of nature and the ability to see the tiniest miracles, my new granddaughter coming in March, my 95 year old father with whom I will celebrate this day, my wonderful job with people I love being with each day,
    and last but not least, your wonderful farm where I can escape anytime I want to and savor your wonderful words, find a great recipe, ogle DDD, Cary and all the other beautiful critters, and recall my youth on a farm in MA.
    Thank you Susan.
    Cape Cod Kitty

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  2. Happy Thanksgiving. I'm incredibly thankful for your wonderful insipreing blog. Hope your are blessed today with family

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  3. I am thankful for more than I could ever list on here!

    And I am thankful for a Farmgirl like you that shares her beautiful eyecatching knack for photos! Even better than a cup of coffee!

    Have a Happy Thanksgiving! And eat plenty of yummy foods.

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving, you swinger...

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  5. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! You have provided many happy moments for me!
    I am thankful for life and limb, for family and love and for the last election.
    Paint

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  6. I am from Barcelona (Spain) and I read your blog every day.

    I hope that I spend a happy Thanksgiving Day!!!

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  7. Farmgirl's Mum11/23/2006 11:09 AM

    I am thankful for a daughter like you.

    I wish I were on the farm with you today.

    Love, Mum

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  8. Happy Thanksgiving to you too!

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  9. I read daily & enjoy a trip to my past in Iowa farm country and Missouri. You, Joe, and all your wonderful friends have a terrific Thanksgiving. If your weather is similar to Kansas City's or ours here in Pittsburgh--what could be better than 70 degrees in Nov. Thanks, Nancy

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  10. Happy Thanksgiving Susan! Hope you and Joe and ALL the critters have a great day today! Tina, (with her DH & all his critters too)

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  11. THat is such a gorgeous picture!! It should be put on a poster or in a frame, something to meditate by. It should be on the front of a hallmark card..somewhere.
    I am thankful for my health and the health of my children. I am thankful that I have met such special people and can share in their lifes beayty :)

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  12. Happy Thanksgiving, Farmgirl and friends.

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  13. I work in a newborn ICU and was supposed to work 12 hours today, and I got to get off after only 8 hours. Then I come to your site and see that beautiful picture. thank you. Happy Thanksgiving. also for my children and grandchildren and family.....Beverly

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  14. I'm thankful for lots of family and Grandma's cooking!

    Thanks for all the inspiring pictures.

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  15. I'm thankful for so many things: a loving husband, great work to do, a supportive family, a wonderful place in which to live...the list goes on! Thanks for the good work on your blog. I enjoy it so much.

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  16. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Your picture is very beautiful and atmospheric!

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  17. I'm thanful that by fate I managed to stumble across your blog a long, long time ago - & your pictures take my blues away and there I am on the farm with you and your animals.
    even if it is for a virtual few minutes ;)

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  18. I am thankful for you and your blog and I don't even celebrate Thanksgiving!!

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  19. Your photos (sheep, etc..) make my day a better one.

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  20. Ah, that swing again, just calling out for the perfect completion of the photo, as I've discussed several times before.

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  21. Thanks FarmGirl, for sharing your farm and the beautiful, inspiring photo's!!!

    Kris in WA

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  22. Breathtaking photo, thank you.

    Health is wealth, I am thankful for my health. x

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  23. I discovered your blog last year when looking for a good biscotti recipe. Your chocolate biscotti was a gift for many of my local friends! I have been hooked on your site ever since. What a wonderful talent you have for sharing your life. Beautiful and inspiring, yet humorous, down to earth, and practical! I am a 5th grade teacher of mostly native Eskimo children in Kotzebue, Alaska, north of the Arctic Circle and hope to retire to a similar life in Montana someday. In the meantime, I am enjoying an amazing adventure up here, including developing a taste for local caribou, moose, and whale! Thank you for your blog. How you find the time and energy to do this blog on top all your daily chores, I have no idea, but I am grateful for the peek into your world. Thank you!

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