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Together Again

Dec
20

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Weston’s back!
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Reunited with his rat! (Not to mention his wallet!)
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We will supervise ever so carefully when he returns to college in January so he doesn’t forget anything IMPORTANT!

In other news, we’re hoping Ross will be home before the end of the month, but we’re not sure. We’re never sure when Ross is coming. He’s still out to sea at the moment. But, our Jennie is coming back to spend Christmas week with us, so we’ll still have a houseful here.
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Today is the last day of school before break. It’s “ugly Christmas sweater” day. Morgan got this sweater out of my closet…. In my defense, I haven’t worn it in years! I don’t think! Pretty sure…..

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 20, 2013  

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  1. 12-20
    9:18
    am

    Just when you and Merwyn were getting close, what a shame! (not) What a handsome son Weston is, wow! I can tell this is going to be a great Christmas for y’all. Happy for you!! :reindeer: :reindeer:

  2. 12-20
    9:51
    am

    Aren’t there grandchildren due to arrive soon?

  3. 12-20
    2:01
    pm

    :happyflower:
    Aint love grand ;) I am sure they are both happy to be together again. Maybe Santa will bring you one, just what you need,
    I love those silly Christmas sweaters.

  4. 12-20
    3:33
    pm

    The sweater is not so bad. Well maybe if the rain deer didn’t look like Bullwinkle. As for the rat. It looks happy as a rat can. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  5. 12-20
    5:57
    pm

    Well, you won’t be lonely for Christmas! Morgan looks cute wearing anything. :wave:

  6. 12-20
    8:29
    pm

    Dear Suzanne, I hope you and your friends and family have a very happy Christmas. I just finished reading your book and can’t tell you how much I loved it. It was very interesting and entertaining reading but it also had a serious influence on my life. I’m struggling with some challenges and difficulties, as most everyone is, and your story was such an uplifting encouragement to be strong and never give up! Thank you so much for your wonderful book and your blog, I read it every day, and I hope for many wonderful blessings for you in the new year.
    Smiles, Barbara

  7. 12-20
    9:05
    pm

    Merry Christmas with the full farm clan at hand!!!!

    Weston WVU bound checklist for departure:
    1. PUT WALLET IN PANTS POCKET OF JEANS BEING WORN AT DEPARTURE.
    2. VERIFY THAT ITEM 1 HAS OCCURRED.
    3. FIND RAT MERYWN ,PUT IN CAGE AND PUT RAT INFESTED CAGE IN CAR.
    4. LOAD ALL OTHER ITEMS TO MORGANTOWN INTO CAR.
    5. UPON DEPARTURE OF CAR STAND IN FRONT OF CAR AND HAVE wESTON PHYSICALLY DISPLAY THAT WALLET AND RAT IN CAGE IS REALLY IN CAR.
    6 REMOVE SELF FROM DRIVEWAY AND ALLOW CAR TO LEAVE WHILE SURVEYING CAR LEAVING PROPERTY AND THAT NO RAT OR WALLET FLIES OUT.
    7. IF ABOVE FAILS, MAIL RAT AND WALLET TO WESTON IN SAME BOX.

  8. 12-21
    1:43
    pm

    :happyflower:
    SUZANNE–
    Where is your Christmas tree? Did I miss seeing it?

  9. 12-21
    2:09
    pm

    I have my tree up!

  10. 12-21
    3:45
    pm

    I figure a pet is a pet. I would have no problem holding a pet rat but I would have a problem holding a pet snake or spider. I guess it’s all in how you look at it.
    Merry Christmas Suzanne to you and your family. I hope it’s a most wonderful time filled with love, peace and joy! :happyflower:

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