Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Wednesday Dose of Cute: Baa, Baa, Baa!


Merry Christmas!





Wishing you a joyful, peaceful, and beautiful holiday season.

— Susan, Joe, and 53 cute farm critters (including 7 donkeys; Dan just got pushed out of the picture)

23 comments:

  1. I've missed you; what a Christmas gift your post is!

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  2. I really enjoyed your posts over this past year and look forward to sharing your thoughts in 2015. Have a very Merry Christmas and enjoy the New Year...May each day bring you special moments.

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  3. Merry Christmas, Susan and Joe and the whole barnyard!

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  4. This made my day! Merry Christmas Susan,Joe, and all 53---a special kiss for the two tricolors :).
    Looking at these photos, I felt like I was traveling and revisiting a favorite and familiar place...and it feels good to see that all is well and everyone is still looking for treats.
    xox

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  5. Merry Christmas! We just baked some cranberry Christmas scones, everyone's favorite breakfast, and will make savory scones next - thanks for your wonderful blog and recipes! Best wishes for the New Year!

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  6. Happy Hollidays, Sue and Joe and all those four-legged loves. May each step we take lead the way to Peace.

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  7. Gabriela Matos12/26/2014 3:25 AM

    From Portugal: Merry Christmas for all: Susan, Joe and all the other inhabitants of the farm. I miss the dogs and cats, chickens, etc. Happy New Year
    Gabriela Matos

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  8. Happy new year! Have missed you,

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  9. Oh it's so fun to see a posting from you. I hope you all had a peaceful, joyful Merry Christmas. Thank you for sharing these wonderful photos. I miss reading your posts.

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  10. Happy new year to everyone at the farm!

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  11. Merry Christmas Susan and ALL. You were in my thoughts and with me in my kitchen as I baked many of your recipes that are now holiday traditions. Sending you best wishes for 2015 and my hope for you to be able to share some of your precious time to blog events with us. Miss you

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  12. Hi Everybody,
    Thanks so much for all of your wonderful holiday wishes and sweet emails - what a gift. I've missed you too!

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  13. Happy Christmas Susan, Joe and all the critters. Im sure it was a happy one filled with yummy homegrown food and cute critters :)

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  14. Hope you, Joe, and all the critters and especially your wonderful dogs had a Merry Christmas and will have a wonderful New Year. I think of you every time I make bread, you inspired me years ago to get my starter going and I haven't looked back (or bought store bought bread) since. XO, Cabindoggie

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  15. So delightful to see pics of the animals again,have a happy,healthy New Year.

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  16. Thinking of you, Susan. Hope all is well.

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  17. Missing your entries, Susan. I hope all is well.

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  18. Susan, we so miss your wonderful posts. I hope and pray that all is well. I know this winter has been hard as we have family in MO and we keep updated on the conditions there. Sending good thoughts your way...

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  19. Hi Susan, I hope you and yours are all doing ok. Hope to hear from you soon. Jenny

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  20. Hope you and all of your beasties are well. I've been missing your farm news. Come back soon!

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  21. Susan. Haven't seen any posts in months. Hope all is well

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  22. Miss you and your animals, hope you come back soon.
    N.C Canada

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December 2015 update: Hi! For some reason I can't figure out, Blogger hasn't been letting me leave comments on my own blog (!) for the last several months, so I've been unable to respond to your comments and questions. My apologies for any inconvenience! You're always welcome to email me: farmgirlfare AT gmail DOT com.

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