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Just What I Want to See Coming Up the Driveway

May
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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 7, 2011  

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  1. 5-7
    2:09
    am

    Oops.

    Still a few kinks to be ironed out in the duck n’ buck yard?

  2. 5-7
    2:44
    am

    Was that from duck ‘n buck or from the SHEEP pen? lol

    Either way, not so good and if there’s only ONE missing, you got lucky.

    Ah, yeah. The fun continues. Baby bawling, chickens squawking, goats bleating and now the prisoners are loose. Sounds like a typical day on the farm. Wish I had one. I’d gladly trade where I’m living now for a TRAILER in the country. And yes, even with us being in Tornado country, I’d rather be in a trailer in the country than in this duplex on the MAIN ROAD, in “town” – if this small place qualifies as a town. And at 8am, it SOUNDS like a town!

    Oh, well, I’ll just have to be patient and perhaps one day I will again live in the country. For now, I need to be grateful I have a roof over my head. Many people don’t. Ringgold, GA is about 45 mins from here – less as the crow flies because they’re just over the mountain range from me, and last week they got flattened in the tornado outbreak.

  3. 5-7
    4:32
    am

    “I want to be alone”….. :lol:

  4. 5-7
    8:44
    am

    :woof: I would be saying OH HAPPY DAY if I saw him coming up driveway!! I love new friends!!
    Granny Trace

    http://www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

  5. 5-7
    8:54
    am

    I would be so happy if I saw him coming up the driveway instead of not seeing him. Thank you Lord! He has a way of protecting and He brought him home instead of going astray.

  6. 5-7
    10:08
    am

    Sneaky little devil’s have horns ya know! :devil2:

  7. 5-7
    10:10
    am

    Is that Eclipse coming to visit the girls?

  8. 5-7
    10:53
    am

    I think it is better to see a critter coming up the drive than running down it.

  9. 5-7
    12:05
    pm

    Trade ya for my dog..at least he came home, and you didn’t even have to call! :woof:
    Mary

  10. 5-7
    5:14
    pm

    What a cute little escape artist!

  11. 5-8
    12:08
    am

    Somebody’s lookin’ for love…LOL :sheep:

  12. 5-9
    2:58
    pm

    Escape artist

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