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Another Day Off


Morgan got Monday off school for MLK Day. Then she got her birthday off. She did go to school yesterday (whew, rough week!) and now today school is closed for snow.
At least that gives her a little extra time for her makeup work! I meant to post this picture yesterday:
Morgan (with boyfriend) and her box mix birthday cupcake. Unfortunately, I thought I had birthday candles then discovered at the last minute that I DID NOT.
So she pretended to blow out a candle. We are all about living in our imaginations here at Sassafras Farm.
Maude the cat observed from above.

Today, snow, snow, and more snow, and carrying buckets of water to the animals from the house because my barn faucets are frozen. Yes, the fix a few weeks ago did NOT work and I’ll have to have that addressed again. Meanwhile, the exercise is good for me and the cold air is bracing! Yes, I will keep telling myself that….

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