Thursday, November 22

Thursday Dose of Cute: Happy Thanksgiving from All of Us to All of You

Daisy posing with part of her flock -

What are we so very thankful for? You.

Farmgirl Fare Thanksgivings past:
(click here to see all these posts on one long page)
11/22/07: Enjoying a Feast
11/27/08: Gobble Gobble
11/25/10: Post Feast Nap

©, where it can be so hard to get a decent holiday family picture.


  1. Happy Thanksgiving from our farm to yours!

  2. Happy Thanksgiving! Daisy just blends right in! :)

  3. What are WE thankful for? Ewe, of course! (sorry, couldn't resist the opportunity to be punny :).

  4. Susan, your Parm Brussels Sprouts recipe is the best EVER!!! Thank you for sharing it. Wowie, is that a keeper, er what? :) Thanks much!

  5. Thank you SO much for this gut-busting picture!! I'm behind, catching up today...and practically fell off my chair laughing out loud at the one "fanny" in the middle! This SO reminds me of when the kids were young and the youngest son, who took every photo op to a new level of frustration, would find some way to take center stage! Seriously, PLEASE create a calendar that I can buy!!! (Chris in Indiana)


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