Archive for March 29th, 2012

Happy Happy


Things have been very happy at Sassafras Farm this week. For one thing, it makes me feel happy to see so much work realized as the fencing goes up and repairs are made to existing fencing. I hope that I will be moving animals tomorrow, clearing out the barn yards, front and back. Also, Weston is off for spring break from WVU this week and I love having my house full of teenagers (and even their mess).

That’s Weston’s girlfriend, Mariah, on the left.

She will be graduating in two months and joining Weston at WVU next year.

This, by the way, is what taking a photograph with Chloe looks like behind the scenes.

She is full! of! energy!

Also notice one thing–

–that is the same in all of these pictures.

Nothing is going to interrupt Mariah and her dinner!

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