Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Wordless Wednesday Dose of Chicken Cute

Lulabelle in the snow - FarmgirlFare.com

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8 comments:

  1. Susan, I just found your blog on Pinterest this week while looking for blueberry bars. I just made them and they are so good, thanks so much for the recipe. I'd like to share it with my readers on Friday. I'll use my pictures and link the recipe back to your blog if that's ok. I noted where I added almonds and used whole wheat flour but the recipe is printed just like you have it on Farmgirl Fare. We are in NW Arkansas near Rogers. Come to Granny Mountain for a visit!
    Joycee

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    1. Hi Joycee,
      Welcome to the farm! I'm so glad you enjoyed my Easy Blueberry Bonanza Breakfast Bars. Using whole wheat flour and adding almonds sounds great. You're welcome to leave a link to your blueberry bar post in the comments section of my recipe post.

      And you never know about that visit. My friend Judi Hendricks just raved about a great homestyle cafe in Arkansas that has me daydreaming about a road trip south. ;)

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  2. Very cute indeed! ;-)

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  3. That's so true. I love this blog! :D

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  4. Oh, what a lovely lady - and I love her name!

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  5. Love your photo. Our gals don't seem to mind the cold either.

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  6. animals own me2/23/2012 5:07 AM

    Lulabelle is very cute! My chicken, Baby, is sooo not fond of snow!

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