I am Too Full to Write

Nov
28

But I did want you to know why trampolines are so dangerous in West Virginia.

(Email photo making the rounds…. I couldn’t resist it! Especially this week, the revered near national holiday status week in West Virginia in which the entire state shuts down to celebrate DEER SEASON.)


Don’t hurt yourself trying to get to the leftovers today. Cuz, uh, THEY’RE MINE. BACK OFF!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 28, 2008  

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  1. 11-28
    4:06
    am

    LOL that’s hilarious! They are gorgeous, but 1 doe with 5 bucks?? Wow, she must be a looker LOL

    Don’t eat too much and don’t touch my leftovers! :whip:

  2. 11-28
    8:01
    am

    We have the day off Monday for Deer season as well. lol. Some people find it funny that some businesses and the schools shut down for this. I do not mind. I work at the school. So I go Christmas shopping on that day. Less people around. :)

    Have a good day!!!

  3. 11-28
    8:29
    am

    Love that picture, Suzanne. Thanks for sharing it!
    Left overs? Where? The Captain and Boo will finish them off while I’m at work. *sniff*

  4. 11-28
    9:06
    am

    Nearby Wisconsin has turned into a sea of blaze orange!

    – Suzanne, the Farmer’s Wife

  5. 11-28
    9:09
    am

    Are ya kiddin’ me? I’m still tryin to shake off the tryptophan’s from yesterday! Zzzzzzzz! xxoo

  6. 11-28
    9:24
    am

    That’s a cool picture!

  7. 11-28
    9:53
    am

    Love the photo!

    Oh, I definitely get that you do not share your leftovers…ha,ha. No problem here, I am so full still from yesterday I don’t want to even look at food yet.

  8. 11-28
    10:15
    am

    I hope your trampoline is a safe haven for the deer. Happy leftovers.

  9. 11-28
    10:51
    am

    arghhhhhhhh! i ate too much too! i’m still full, but that didn’t stop me from eating cold stuffing for breakfast lol
    hope you had a wonderful turkey day!

  10. 11-28
    11:07
    am

    I wont bother your leftovers because……..I burnt my tongue yesterday trying to hurry up while eating mom’s Chicken and Dumplings cause I had to get to wk.lol :shocked:

  11. 11-28
    11:34
    am

    Awesome picture! Thanks for sharing. Imagine waking up, opening your curtains and seeing THAT outside your window. WAY cool!

    Blessings from Ohio…

  12. 11-28
    1:02
    pm

    Wonderful Thanksgiving yesterday, spent with my “other family” – friends of 35 years. I supplied one item, but brought home about 4 meals in leftovers that I didn’t have to cook! And talked to my daughter (far away in Iowa now) for quite a while last night. She’s also now one of your fans! Her blog: http://loessismore.blogspot.com/ which she started a couple of months ago to celebrate her new small town status. Happy Great Leftovers to all of you. :catmeow:

  13. 11-28
    1:11
    pm

    Suzanne, Do you know how many hunters are envying you?…lol
    Even my husband stopped to look at this picture. How cool!!! Time to get a salt block and some corn, maybe that way you can keep these deers safe, full and dry…hopefully they will stay away from all the guys in Orange.

  14. 11-28
    4:10
    pm

    Great photo!
    All the left overs were left at my youngest daughters home.

  15. 11-28
    4:27
    pm

    Great picture. We’ve had one deer visiting our yard every morning but I usually miss it. I thought for sure we’d get a pic of your laden turkey day table – bet it was gorgeous.

  16. 11-28
    4:45
    pm

    Love that photo! We have a buck in our backyard with a sore leg. He isn’t spooked by my dad walking around by him and leaving food. Hopefully he will stay here until hunting season is over.

  17. 11-28
    6:01
    pm

    Left overs? I think not with 5 grown males, well 6, in the house. (love that photo!)

  18. 11-29
    8:31
    am

    ha!

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