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American Gothic Revisited

Feb
16

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Happy weekend. We’re just farmin’ here!

(Thank you, Jerry, for this American Gothic Sassafras Farm rendition!)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 16, 2013  

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  1. 2-16
    1:41
    pm

    oooooooh! Excellent!

  2. 2-16
    2:20
    pm

    What a hoot! You should print it and frame it. haha. :shimmy:

  3. 2-16
    2:47
    pm

    I predict a calendar cover….

  4. 2-16
    2:56
    pm

    verry funny photo! But I have to ask, is that really your hand? Might I suggest some lotion? :D

  5. 2-16
    4:08
    pm

    No, that’s not really my hand….

  6. 2-16
    5:37
    pm

    Is there a 12-step program somewhere for “Grant Wood obsession”?

    I’d contribute a fiver.

    But where are the goats?

    (PS We love our GW-style photos from August. But ours have goats!)

  7. 2-16
    5:45
    pm

    It looks like you cut your hair some! It looks nice. I like photos like these- funny.

  8. 2-16
    6:56
    pm

    Cute idea. I love it. :yes:

  9. 2-16
    7:04
    pm

    Too funny! I like the way you roll :)

  10. 2-16
    7:05
    pm

    No, I haven’t cut my hair. This is a photo crop into a photo, from an old photo that I have no idea where Jerry got. :)

  11. 2-16
    7:10
    pm

    LOVE it!!!!! :snoopy:

  12. 2-16
    7:51
    pm

    Are you going to use that as your author photo on the back of your book?

  13. 2-16
    11:17
    pm

    Looks like Laura Ingalls and her mom. What a hoot is right.

  14. 2-17
    2:31
    am

    You both look wonderful! :snoopy:

  15. 2-17
    10:09
    am

    This is crazy funny. So cute. I LOVE IT.

  16. 2-18
    6:09
    pm

    I love it! great pic of you both!

  17. 2-18
    6:15
    pm

    This is brilliant!!! My hubby and me and our daughter did one of these for an invitation we used for a “30 Years on the Farm” Party we did a few summers ago. We dressed up and stood in front of our barn sporting very sober looks. Such fun!!! You look amazing by the way!

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