Back with the Chickens

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And I’ve never been so glad to be back in West by God Virginia in my whole life!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 24, 2013  

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  1. 9-24
    8:18
    am

    Welcome Home :happyflower:

  2. 9-24
    8:31
    am

    There’s nothing like coming home to the mountains of West Virginia after you’ve been away. I know whenever I go on a trip and see that “Welcome to Wild Wonderful West Virginia” sign when I cross over the border, I’m HOME SWEET HOME!

  3. 9-24
    8:37
    am

    I can understand being glad to be home, but another day in NO to eat would also be nice . . . . :lol:

  4. 9-24
    9:39
    am

    There is no place like home and you have a wonderful one. We missed you. Welcome back. Looking forward to that book. :wave: :wave:

  5. 9-24
    11:39
    am

    I love pictures of fluffy chicken butts. Is that odd?

  6. 9-24
    11:57
    am

    I was in the hills of West Virginia over the weekend for a quilting retreat. I hated to leave your beautiful state. As a matter of fact I was scoping out some land while I was there. Beautiful place. Can understand why you’re glad to be home.

    Rhonda

  7. 9-24
    12:45
    pm

    :woof:

  8. 9-24
    12:59
    pm

    Just got back from a 2 and 1/2 wk trip myself…NOTHING like coming home to our Wild and Wonderful! What is it about this place?!

  9. 9-24
    1:35
    pm

    LOL….ain’t it the truth!!!! I love New Orelans but it gets a little frenetic after a while.

  10. 9-24
    9:45
    pm

    :) :) :D

  11. 9-27
    3:46
    am

    :snoopy: Welcome home! I know what you mean about being so glad to be back home. No matter where you live, there is truly no place like home where you can RELAX! (even if you can’t relax per se lol). My father was born and raised in London W.VA.

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