Monday, November 10, 2008

Monday Farm Photo: Rise & Shine


It's A Beautiful Day!

Want to see more of the same?
7/31/05: Homemade Swing
9/13/05: You Can't Fence Out a Sunrise
9/23/05: Swing Shot
10/26/05: Why We Cut Firewood
11/12/05: Same Scene, New View
12/8/05: Same Scene, New Snowy View
11/23/06: Thankful To Call This Place Home
9/18/07: A Peaceful Slice of Life
7/26/08: Morning Commute
8/17/08: Quiet for Breakfast

© Copyright 2008 FarmgirlFare.com, the award-winning blog where the crazy heat wave that gave us days in the 70s last week has frozen, and it finally feels like November! The wood heat seeps into our bones while a big pot of homemade chicken stock simmers its way to flavorful goodness on the stove, sending thoughts of steaming bowls of creamy artichoke soup wafting through the house. Oh yes, November.

8 comments:

  1. Funny how the same rainy, cold weather that feels kind of good in November makes me want to tear my hair out come March, when winter just will. not. end. I'm fickle like that.

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  2. Hi from another MO farm girl! Glad I found your blog. I can relate! I have donkeys too... gotta love 'em :) I'll be back to check out the recipes!

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  3. Oh my goodness I wish I was a farm girl. That soup sounds fantastic!

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  4. I love the view! What a beautiful place to sit and enjoy.

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  5. You always have such beautiful pictures - I look forward to seeing more!

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  6. Oh how is wish that I could be sitting on that swing!

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  7. Yes, hot soup and a fire. Guess I should get away from this computer and go make both of those things happen right now! Thanks for the great photo.

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  8. Oh! There's my swing! You made my day with that picture............

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