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Impressive

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Look at that. That’s Weston and Morgan, carrying lumber on their shoulders to the back pasture. Somehow, perhaps in some domineering big brother move, Ross managed to make Weston and Morgan not only help him rebuild his deer stand but make several trips to carry the wood all the way out there for him.


I find this quite impressive. I want to be Ross when I grow up.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 22, 2013  

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  1. 6-22
    12:07
    pm

    That Ross…. is amazing :shimmy:
    Congrats on the engagement too, Ross!

  2. 6-22
    12:59
    pm

    Just look at those beautiful flowers in the field where they are walking.
    I think they are wonderful b & s to help one another. If you knew how to drive the tractor or they did you could have it all there in one load. Maybe Weston should learn this summer?

  3. 6-22
    2:49
    pm

    The secret is Ross’s tats:)

  4. 6-22
    5:00
    pm

    That is impressive. I bet it is because he isn’t living at home anymore….somehow that changes things. Good for Weston and Morgan.

  5. 6-22
    5:51
    pm

    If it were me and my sisters and brother, it would be more likely that he has something good on us ROFL! I still have info I am saving for the right time and the right bribe, and I am 42 (the youngest of four) ;).

  6. 6-23
    1:28
    pm

    Hmmmmm.. I wonder what Ross has on them? LOL

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