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Shipper Cats

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Buttercup and Spice, helping me with my Etsy business. Sleeping on the job…. They’re FIRED!


P.S. Thank you for missing me. I’ll report more at a future time about all going on, but I’m back!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 27, 2017  

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  1. 10-27
    8:07
    am

    Yes, you have been missed! So glad you are back and looking forward to hearing all about what you’ve been up to. Praying that healing is happening and that all is well with you and your loved ones!

  2. 10-27
    9:14
    am

    Yes, I have missed you. You’ve been in my thoughts and prayers.

  3. 10-27
    12:15
    pm

    SO good to see you!! You have been missed <3

  4. 10-27
    4:53
    pm

    I’ve been gone for a while myself. When I came back I didn’t know what happened on your blog. Just knew you weren’t around and didn’t feel the same. Hope all is good and I still love this blog and am looking forward to catching up .

  5. 10-27
    4:59
    pm

    :happyflower:
    Hello Suzanne—we have missed you and been quite worried. I have tried to contact you through the email address on the blog, but all mail comes back as invalid address. We have not been able to post on the daily forum either. When we click on the reply tap, nothing happens. Some of us were worried that the blog had been closed. You have been so missed.
    Jo

  6. 10-27
    4:59
    pm

    :happyflower:
    Hello Suzanne—we have missed you and been quite worried. I have tried to contact you through the email address on the blog, but all mail comes back as invalid address. We have not been able to post on the daily forum either. When we click on the reply tap, nothing happens. Some of us were worried that the blog had been closed. You have been so missed.
    Jo

  7. 10-27
    7:31
    pm

    Yay, you’re back! I was about ready to give up (not really)! Looking forward to some updates, and as always hoping all is well with everyone. :heart:

  8. 10-27
    9:04
    pm

    Oh so glad to hear all is well! Can’t wait to hear all the news! Yippee!!!!

  9. 10-29
    7:57
    am

    I hope things are going better and healing has been happening.
    You have been missed! :)

  10. 10-29
    2:03
    pm

    It’s sooooo good to see a post, Suzanne, Glad you’re back. Prayers continue for more good news for you and the family.

  11. 10-30
    9:04
    am

    Awesome, glad to hear your on your way back to blogging :) :heart:

  12. 10-30
    3:18
    pm

    I very glad! Making Granmother bread today. 😊

  13. 10-30
    3:19
    pm

    I very glad! Making Granmother bread today. 😊 🍞

  14. 11-1
    7:10
    pm

    :shimmy: Yay! So happy to find a new post from you. Yes, I am a worrier, and I was worried about you!
    And, also missing your posts, photos and continuing story of Chickens in the Road. Welcome back!

  15. 11-3
    8:09
    pm

    Patiently awaiting some new posts. It is like being hooked on some TV show and awaiting the next episode. Hope all is well

  16. 11-7
    4:03
    pm

    Welcome Back!!! Missed you a lot. Hope things are better for you now.
    Here in Maine we just went through a 5 day power outage, and I thought about your experiences on the other farm when that happened to you. Used your tip about tinfoil! I had to keep thinking, “If Suzanne could survive with teenagers and animals, we surely can do it with just us two here.” You have truly been an inspiration to me over the years with your posts, recipes, tips and just plain good advice and humor.
    Again, glad you’re back!

  17. 11-7
    4:07
    pm

    Hi again, I am making your apple butter recipe as we speak, smells soooo good! Can’t wait for it to be done and canned so we can enjoy it this winter.

  18. 11-22
    10:03
    am

    Hey, Suzanne. In case you have a free minute over the holiday to check your site, I just want to wish you and your family a happy Thanksgiving! Hope your world is continuing to improve. Best wishes to the children, wherever they may be, too. Pat in Eastern NC

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