So cute! Happy birthday (and believe me, you are still plenty young!)
Aww, what a cute picture! Happy birthday! It goes fast doesn't it?!
Happy birthday, Susan! Have a great day and keep up this beautiful blog - I love coming here every day and enjoy the little bit of country life in a big city!Petra
Happy Happy-you don’t look a day over 14 months there.Hope it was a grand day and all your family participated.I remember 43-I moved from FL to CA. Best move I ever made. Shall I look for a place for you all ?~! <3
Dear Susan!Happy happy birthday! What a fabulous picture of you all. It does fly by fast. All the more reminder to stop and smell the roses, isn't it? Great blessings on your special week (one day just is not enough :)). Enjoy!!!
Happy birthday - what a treasured photo. Hope amidst the farm work which never stops you have some time to be thoroughly spoilt!!!
Happy birthday Susan! Have a wonderful day and a super exciting and blessed new year!
What a pair of cuties! You could have been the daughter I never had. Your mother and I share something very special in 1969.....my son was 42 on July 4th. He has a sibling also, a brother. So instead of curls, frilly things and someone to share cookie recipes with I got fishing, hunting and BBQ recipes!! I wouldn't change it for the world. 1969 was a good year as was 1973.
Happy Birthday! You're "ripening" well.
Happy Birthday! I hope you had a wonderful day!
Happy birthday! My husband will be 43 in a few weeks.
Happy Birthday, Susan. You were a darling baby and a darling older girl now. Love your blog.
Happy Birthday! My son is 35, and I wonder where all the years have gone.
Happy birthday Susan. The best is yet to come!
Happy Birthday! Your one-year old picture is adorable. Thank you for sharing it. The time does fly by doesn't it? But every day is fun and adventure - and we love to read about yours. (Sorry it's one day late - I tried leaving a Comment yesterday, but I'm having some trouble with Google - that why this is from Anonymous :(. )Barb
Happy birthday how cute!!!!! are you in the picture. wishing you many more happy and healthy ones to enjoy all your critters and your farm guy.
well y'all were just about too cute for words - happy birthday a little bit late - so it is looking like a possibility to move into the "big house"? you'll find it is wonderful to have heat in the winter and not frozen toezens!
Happy Birthday, Susan!Here's to another 43 years of life on the farm!Nisha
Happy belated birthday! Here's hoping that the day (and the year) bring you wonderful things!
Hope it was a happy birthday and that a great year ahead is in store for you. I am a July baby too and remember - the 40s are the new 30s! Hope you celebrated appropriately!Cindy
A great picture. Happy b'day!
I just knew there was something extra special about you, my son was also born in July of 1969. My very best wishes to you. Hope your b'day was a wonderful one for a wonderful lady!
Happy birthday!Deb in IndianaPS My son has become enamored of your pita bread recipe -- he's made it 4 times in 3 weeks now. One of the best ways, he claims, is to cook in a cast iron skillet with a smidge of oil, on the stovetop -- no puffing, but great flavor.
Happy Birthday from me too Susan. Enjoy each day for the rest of your life. May you have many more birthdays. The picture is so cute. Best love, and wishes. Sandra
Hi Everybody,Thanks so much for all the sweet comments! :)
Oh my goodness! We're almost the same age! I was born in December of 1969, makes me what, 15 months younger? That's so cool. Love your blog!
Ooo, happy belated birthday! I hope you got to do something fun. Like take a swim in the stock tank.
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