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I Love This House

Mar
20


I’m so happy here. Early spring has come with such a good feeling. The past few months have had their difficulties, but the good times are about to roll at Sassafras Farm. I can feel it.

Yesterday, I ran into Jill from Spencer at Wal-Mart and was able to give her a hug and thank her for standing up for her stove. Then I ran into one of the Seans (superboys). Do you not run into everybody in the world at Wal-Mart? We discussed fencing plans for this weekend. Crossing fingers we aren’t rained out.

In the “more good news” department: THE BULL HAS BEEN ON BP! I have no firm expectations with BP. I tell myself she is just along to babysit Glory Bee. But I continue to hold faith in her, and hope. She is my cow. I love her.

And more, more good news: Coco’s wound is nearly completely healed. Her joint has grown stronger with the support of the splint. She may be able to come home next week. I will let you know. We want her home so badly! We try to be patient while the best is done for her.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 20, 2012  

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  1. 3-20
    1:25
    am

    I thought of this quote after reading your post:
    Always remember that striving and struggle precede success, even in the dictionary.
    Sarah Ban Breathnach
    I’m so Happy to hear the news of Coco!!
    “A Grateful Heart is a Happy Heart”
    ~~HUGS~~
    p.s. would love a Georgia update whenever you have time :)

  2. 3-20
    1:59
    am

    Oh, happy days! Hurrah! I so look forward to seeing pics of Coco. I am pleased to hear her recovery is almost complete and home she will return soon. You must miss her terribly.

    Oh, happy days!

  3. 3-20
    3:53
    am

    Thank you for the good news about Coco. I’ve missed her.

  4. 3-20
    4:42
    am

    good house
    good people
    good news x 2

  5. 3-20
    6:47
    am

    So glad things are looking up for you. And I cant wait to see pictures of CoCo also!!! Sending doggies hugs for her. :)

  6. 3-20
    6:52
    am

    I knew with every word you’ve written about Sassafras Farm that you love each and every brick Suzanne, it oozes from the page and that cannot be bad.
    Great news about Coco, I’m sure you’ll be very relieved once she’s home.
    :happyflower:

  7. 3-20
    6:55
    am

    Here’s to Spring and new beginnings! It’s gonna be grand!

  8. 3-20
    7:29
    am

    Happy first day of spring!
    Happy Coco coming home soon!
    Happy farm!
    Happy everything!

    Gee, I never would have guessed about you loving the farm if you hadn’t told us. Not!

  9. 3-20
    7:42
    am

    Hope is “springing” forth! So glad things are looking better.

  10. 3-20
    8:49
    am

    Springing forward! Happy days ahead for Sassafras Farm!

  11. 3-20
    8:54
    am

    Yay!! Great news about Coco and fingers crossed for BP! It’s looking to be a fabulous spring!

  12. 3-20
    11:39
    am

    Your pure joy rings through out your postings.

  13. 3-20
    12:03
    pm

    :happyflower: Suzanne, we all are so happy for you. You are where you should be, physically and mentally, thank God. I am glad you love your house, and I belieive it will love you back.
    I do belive the world shops at Walmart, I see people ther that I havent seen for ages. I love going there.

  14. 3-20
    12:07
    pm

    I love your house too. Even with the things that went wrong temporarily, you have sounded so happy. I can feel your joy all the way out here in California! It makes me happy to see you happy.

  15. 3-20
    1:14
    pm

    So great to hear all the good news! (And “Blessings” – I too have been thinking of Georgia lately!)

  16. 3-20
    2:19
    pm

    The blessings just keep flowing~~your cup runneth over.

  17. 3-20
    2:38
    pm

    So happy to hear all the good news!
    :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy:

  18. 3-20
    4:39
    pm

    May spring blessings continue to overflow in your life!!!!!! :sun:

  19. 3-20
    5:09
    pm

    sooo glad for you!!! you deserve good news!!!!

  20. 3-20
    5:57
    pm

    It is so great that you are so happy in your new place. May your happiness and blessing continue to grow.

  21. 3-20
    6:24
    pm

    Spring, time for great new beginnings. I am glad you had a fairly mild winter for your first year. Just enough to guide you to the important things that needed taken care of to make future winters not so difficult :happyflower:
    So many joyful things to be thankful for…your studio, coco recovering well, a good solution for your breeding your cos, a new horse joining the family.
    Sassafras Farm is certainly a great new beginning for you and your whole family! :sun:

  22. 3-20
    9:11
    pm

    :purpleflower: Your happiness is spreading like sunshine. Could this explain the unseasonably warm weather? It’s not global warming! It’s Suzanne!

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