Thursday, July 04, 2013

Thursday Dose of All-American Cute

Jasper helping harvest Maxibel and Dragon Langerie bush beans in the kitchen garden - FarmgirlFare.com
Happy Fourth of July!

Wishing you a wonderful day surrounded by good food and those you love.

More Jasper? Here.
More farm cats? Here.
More about growing those gorgeous Dragon Langerie beans? Here.

P.S. The wild turkeys are out strolling around the hayfield today, celebrating the fact that it isn't that other American holiday.

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2 comments:

  1. While I love and am enchanted by all of your sweet beasts, I gotta say there is something about Jasper that has rocketed him to the top of the heap. Any chance of ever getting the back story of how he came to the farm? Hope you all had a great Fourth!

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  2. Jasper is totally adorable! What a cutie!

    Marie Angelique

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