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I’m working on something exciting to tell you about on Monday. It involves Patriot, Zip, and you! And that’s all I’m gonna tell you right now! (ha!)


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 11, 2012  

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  1. 5-11
    12:57
    pm

    OH, Suzanne, you are the best one for keeping us guessing.

  2. 5-11
    12:58
    pm

    So, we’ll hear on Friday then? ;)

  3. 5-11
    1:00
    pm

    LOL, Jane. Monday, I promise!

  4. 5-11
    2:48
    pm

    Better watch out.they will chew the paint off your red gas grill!!!
    I would definately move them out of house and studio proximity
    they draw flies by the hundreds. not good for a commercial kitchen….

  5. 5-11
    2:51
    pm

    You’vfe given up on machinery and are going to have the horses pull stuff…

  6. 5-11
    4:27
    pm

    I see you have a LAWNMOWER! Have fun with it!

  7. 5-11
    4:42
    pm

    Patriot and Zip. two peas in a pod!
    Can’t wait to hear the news. In the meantime, I will be thinking and speculating!

  8. 5-11
    10:15
    pm

    If it involves Patriot and Zip…and me…I’m there!! Still makes me smile to see them together again. Can’t wait to meet them in person at the Party in September. I’ll enjoy feeding the goats cookies but I’ll want to hang with the horses, just like I do at home :hug:

  9. 5-12
    9:16
    am

    They look like they’re playing hide-and-seek in the photo! My cat loves to hide and leap out at me and can’t figure out that her tail gives her away. :)

  10. 5-12
    9:50
    am

    A caption for the photo could be Patriot telling Zip “we have been replaced by this power mower, and it doesn’t even fertilize!”

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