Happy Happy

Mar
29

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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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 29, 2012  

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  1. 3-29
    8:59
    am

    Sweet :woof:

  2. 3-29
    9:00
    am

    It’s wonderful, Suzanne, to see you surrounded
    with so much love, joy, and happiness.

    You ABSOLUTELY deserve it.

  3. 3-29
    9:21
    am

    Looks like Morgan is very happy to have her big brother home as well…. :hug:

  4. 3-29
    9:26
    am

    Morgan looks like my kids when big brother is home. 8)

  5. 3-29
    9:37
    am

    Three teenagers in the house!! At least they are all easy on the eyes~~and you have extra help this weekend~~or maybe not! They really do look happy though.

  6. 3-29
    11:22
    am

    It looks like somebody missed her brother ;).

    That puppy is bigger than both my full grown dogs put together LOL!

  7. 3-29
    11:39
    am

    Mariah is so tiny…let her eat! 8) Looks like you are having a wonderful day filled with the people you love…

  8. 3-29
    11:44
    am

    :butterfly:
    Nothing is more heart warming than seeing a happy family–what ever Mariah has in the bowl……..I dont blame her, it is probably some yummy treat from you kitchen.

  9. 3-29
    12:06
    pm

    Nothing cuter than a big-pawed fluffy pup with a spotted belly! Glad you have family home with you.

  10. 3-29
    12:26
    pm

    Your family has good reading taste. ;) Faith of the Fallen was great!

  11. 3-29
    12:54
    pm

    Chloe is getting so BIG!

  12. 3-29
    6:17
    pm

    Love the paint color on the walls! That is my kind of green!

  13. 3-29
    9:23
    pm

    Mariah is able to keep her head when surrounded by chaos. That’s a handy trait to have anywhere, and maybe especially around Sassafras Farm. It’s looks like a happy, loving riot in your living room.

  14. 3-30
    11:53
    am

    This is just so exciting for me to read. I can’t imagine your excitement. So many wonderful things going on in your life. God has been good to you. This is your reward for being a good and loving person.
    Hugs,
    MN Mona

  15. 3-30
    7:21
    pm

    Weston is clean-shaven in this latest picture. He looks good with, or without, a beard. Not all men look handsome either way. I know you’ll enjoy your family get together.

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