Color

Oct
16


Color is bursting out all over the place here, and to see the farm this way reminds me of when I first laid eyes on it, almost a year ago now. Hard to believe it has been a year. Then, I didn’t know it would be mine. It seemed too good to be true.


A year later, I have to say, it’s true, it is that good!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 16, 2012  

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  1. 10-16
    8:24
    am

    …and what a year it has been! Beautiful autumn colors, beautiful farm and its all yours, Suzanne and you’ve worked so hard to make it all happen. Can’t wait to see what tomorrow brings!

  2. 10-16
    10:13
    am

    Ditto!

  3. 10-16
    10:14
    am

    . . . sort of a coming of age year . . . all the best in years to come

  4. 10-16
    11:40
    am

    And wahat a glorious time of year to celebrate your journey thus far… the time to harvest what you have sown, and the winter ahead to enjoy it and dream of what is yet to come. Wihing you continued joy

  5. 10-16
    12:23
    pm

    What a beautiful site! I miss those colors so much from the couple of years I lived in Connecticut.

    As you know, in Texas, none of that – LOL

    Enjoy

  6. 10-16
    12:30
    pm

    Beautiful!

  7. 10-16
    1:22
    pm

    And what a lot you’ve accomplished in one year!

  8. 10-16
    2:01
    pm

    Thank you for sharing your journey. I’ve learned from you nearly every time I’ve checked in.

  9. 10-16
    2:06
    pm

    I have a suggestion for a post tht might be of general interest. How about a quick lesson on which trees turn which colors in the fall. (Is that a stupid question? I don’t know enough about trees to know…)

  10. 10-16
    7:03
    pm

    So pretty!

  11. 10-17
    1:51
    am

    What a fantastic year it’s been! So happy for you Suzanne :)

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