Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Farm Photo: 5/15/07


All-You-Can-Eat Buffet

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A year of Farm Photos ago:
5/15/06:
Sheep Crossing
5/14/06: Happy Mother's Day
WDB #24: Beagle In Paradise
WCB#49: Cat Fishing?
And: A Tiny Tail For Mother's Day (Cary's debut!)

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8 comments:

  1. Hey, Farm Girl!

    Was reading all of the old posts. Whatever happened to Annette and "Brother of Cary"? Just wondering?

    I find myself not being able to type this next thing with out it sounding like I'm being mean, crass, or sarcastic. And I honestly don't mean it too. But knowing that some of your sheep are raised for meat, I truly won't be offended or even think you're mean if you say they ended up as dinner.

    I guess what I'm trying to say is, don't sugar coat if for fear of sounding insensitive - we understand that you live on a sheep farm.

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  2. Congrats on the great mention in the Wall St. Journal today! A nice surprise during my morning read. Bravo!

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  3. Hi! I'm not a new reader, I've actually been "lurking" for months. You just always seem so busy! :) I just wanted to say thanks for such an informative and enjoyable blog. And Congrats on the article!

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  4. Susan in California5/16/2007 4:56 PM

    Such a wonderful view. Thanks for all your postings, I enjoy learning more about farm life each day.

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  5. We need to send our alpaca friends out your way. They have eaten everything in sight here!

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  6. Just so you know, my computer is now dressed in the All-You-Can-Eat Buffet and loving it.

    As long as no one gets the idea that I've been sent out to pasture, my job should be safe.

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  7. Hey Susan!

    I do still check in from time to time when I'm not swamped. I'm intrigued by the mention of a WSJ article. Do you have a link to it that you could post? Or can you tell us more about what it said? You just get more and more famous by the day! I'd love to read the article.

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