Monday, July 3

Daily Farm Photo: 7/3/06

In Your Face Happy

A year of Daily Photos ago:
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  1. A beautiful sunny * happy face*
    Happy 4th Of July to you and Yours and all your critters.

  2. Oh, pretty. Forgive the "citygirl" question: what kind of flower is it?

  3. Nice picture. 11 petals, that flower is perfect for "She loves me, she loves me not."

  4. The sky here on the east coast is about to open up and dump on us again so seeing this really did make me smile and remember that if that sky didn't open up and dump on us, that love flower would not be possible.

  5. Lovely picture :) very spring-y

  6. Happy Independence Day, Happy Birthday America, Happy 4th of July! I hope you all enjoy your Celebrations!

  7. Hi Keewee,

    Hi Lady Amalthea,
    I'll forgive the 'citygirl' question if you'll forgive the 'former citygirl' answer: I have no idea! Just another pretty wildflower that popped up on our wooded driveway. (It's some member of the daisy family I would guess.) : )

    Hi Anthony,
    What a wonderful thing to notice!

    Hi Vickie,
    SEND US SOME OF THAT RAIN. The grass crunches when you walk on it.

    Hi Katy,

    Hi Sonia,
    Thank you!


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