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Deciding What to Do

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I’ll come to a conclusion eventually!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 23, 2013  

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  1. 3-23
    12:33
    pm

    While you are making up your mind, listen to this song:

    http://chickenonaraft.com/

    and substitute “chickens in the road” whenever the lyrics are “chicken on a raft.” Then get Adam (I’m certain he plays guitar and sings) to record it for your site. Also, great rhythm for slinging hay bales.

    You’re welcom.

  2. 3-23
    2:04
    pm

    What a hoot, err, cluck. But what are you trying to decide? You know you can always ask your CITR readers. We’ll offer scads of advice on what you should decide, what you’ve done wrong, and how you should live your life!!! (insert icon for sarcastic)

  3. 3-23
    3:06
    pm

    Are you thinking of upgrading your fencing or feedbox? Are you thinking of going to the Bahamas? Are you thinking of putting those boys of yours to work? Are you thinking of telling your faithful readers what is going on with the mystery in your life? :lol:

  4. 3-23
    4:32
    pm

    :? ????? I’m confused, but I like MousE’s comment….”Are you thinking of telling your faithful readers what is going on with the mystery in your life?” ;)

  5. 3-23
    8:09
    pm

    Here let me help:
    No, you should not sell the farm
    No, you should not get rid of the horses
    No, you should not get a lip ring
    Yes, you should give us insight into your mysterious disappearances
    and finally……
    Yes, go ahead and eat that extra slice of cake..you’re thin, you can eat it!

    :D

  6. 3-23
    9:15
    pm

    I absolutely LOVE the way you have EVERYONE wondering…hahahaha

  7. 3-23
    9:21
    pm

    Looks like the fence is down on the left there…Did those sweet innocent horses do that? :no:

  8. 3-23
    11:02
    pm

    Oh. I thought it was Shortcake who was deciding what to do.

  9. 3-24
    9:03
    am

    I am through reading CITR after 3 years. I loyally check in every day and in the last few months there has been little or no content. I have told over 100 people about this blog but lately I haven’t mention it. I will fine another site for my daily reading.

  10. 3-24
    9:19
    am

    HOT WIRE – top rail. We used a solar one for years a little expensive, but so is hay and fencing . And a vet bill. Good luck!!
    :wave:

  11. 3-24
    10:25
    am

    OK funraiser go find another blog to read, just don’t lay a guilt trip on Suzanne on your way out the door. Suzanne, not all of us feel that way. Many of us are glad you have found someone and as you can tell are a little more than a bit interested in the details. Not every detail of life on the farm means every detail of your private life as well goes in your blog. You little leave of absences are a little like waiting for to open a gift… OK what’s up next? Will it be good news? What will she reveal? Just be you & do what you do and we will keep loving you the way you are. As for what to do…I think Shortcake agrees with me – it’s time to saddle up and ride.

  12. 3-24
    10:57
    am

    I know, I know. You’ve decided to cut your hair. Every spring I grab my mass of hair and say “I can’t stand this stuff any more. ARGHH” and decide to cut my hair, maybe go on a diet (YOU don’t need to), get some color, maybe make some other changes in my life. Spring is almost, almost, almost here (please let it get warm sometime soon). Time to change something.

  13. 3-24
    11:07
    am

    What to do about what? Get married again or not get married? I think you need to post a picture of this person who is taking up all your time from us. We promise to be good. Or at the least, share a little bit – just a tiny bit of info.

  14. 3-24
    11:14
    am

    Well….. I dearly love Suzanne’s posts and photos, but there is more content to enjoy! Funraiser, look around at all the input. I learn something new frequently, including the fact that we all have our ways to survive. Have a wonderful day.

  15. 3-24
    11:24
    am

    Nothing like feeling you “have” to perform or produce a certain amount, to take the fun out of the doing of it. : ( Thanks for the blog and sharing what and as you do, Susanne, for as long as you wish.

  16. 3-26
    6:39
    am

    Enjoy your life- love your life- life your life Suzanne!!….. You’ve given us all so much over the years- so VERY much……. What can we give in return….S-U-P-P-O-R-T…. we have come to know you- meet you- care for you- and do support you!! Carry on…… And if you can throw us a crumb or two along the way.. We’ll take it!!!! :yes: haha!! Enjoy enjoy enjoy :sheep:
    Blessings to you, Rain :happyflower:

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