Saturday, December 31, 2011

Saturday Farm Photo: It's a Beautiful Day To. . .

Pregnant ewes heading out to graze on a beautiful winter day - FarmgirlFare.com

Breathe in the crisp winter air.

Hang laundry on a breezy line.



Be a pregnant sheep on a farm in the middle of nowhere.

Visualize all of the wonderful things that are possible in a brand new year.

Happy, happy, new, new!

© FarmgirlFare.com, where 2006 went out with baby Cary and a photo that still cracks me up—and lambing season 2012 begins the first of March!

6 comments:

  1. Happy New Year to you and yours!! The picture of baby Cary is too cute! :)

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  2. Baby Cary--What wonderful memories. Happy New Year
    to all, Nancy in Pittsburgh

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  3. Happy New Year to you, Farmgirl Susan, and to Hunky Joe, Bert, Marta Beast, Lucky Buddy Bear, Evie, Daphne, Gus, Esmeralda, Gnat, Fernando, Whitey, Topaz, Mr. Midnight, Molly Doodlebug, Kit Kat Kate, Smudge, and,,,uhhh, who am I forgetting? I know there's more! Anyway, Happy New Year to all of you and the rest of the zoo crew. Looking forward to another year of cute critter photos, recipes, shots of your antiques and quilts and new finds, and whatever else you care to gift us with. Thanks for the laughs, the smiles, and yes, the occasional tear. All are appreciated. Enjoy your first full year in the new place, too.

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  4. Happy New Year to you and all of your farm friends! I love looking back and reading/re-reading stories about Cary, Robin, and daily life there. Thank you for sharing it all. I whipped up your Raspberry Almond Bars again yesterday. You are so right---they are fast,easy, and delicious. Great to share.

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  5. A belated Happy New Year to you and the farm gang. I trust and hope there was MUCH champagne drinking and chip and dip enjoying in your celebrations :)

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