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10


Clover, hiding out in yesterday’s (very welcome) rain.


However, she’s not so opposed to rain that she wouldn’t come out for a cookie. She’s just checking.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 10, 2010  

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  1. 7-10
    1:34
    am

    That’s our Farm Queen – she won’t come out in the rain unless it’s worth her while!!!

  2. 7-10
    4:02
    am

    Clover is one smart cookie :lol:

  3. 7-10
    5:35
    am

    :snuggle: Hi, Suzanne!I have been reading over several of your posts after finding your link on one of my other blogger friends list. I am so glad I found it. You are a very talented young lady. I am in awe of you site. So many aspects of it. I adore your country life, but I am amazed by your site.You have such a neat layout. Everything is so easy to find. It’s all broken down and labeled into catagories. I don’t have any computer training, so that fasinates me. I’d love to be that computer savy.A Great site in so many ways!I will be following you more often. (sawn61/Sue from Upton, Ky.)

  4. 7-10
    5:46
    am

    :lol: I think she saw that camera and had to be the star! :clover:

  5. 7-10
    7:41
    am

    What a character that Clover is, you gotta love her!

  6. 7-10
    8:53
    am

    So cute! :snoopy:

  7. 7-10
    8:54
    am

    That’s so cute! :clover: :heart:

  8. 7-10
    10:30
    am

    She’s such a cutie!!

  9. 7-10
    11:04
    am

    The cookie bribe works every time…..

  10. 7-10
    11:59
    am

    I love your blog.

  11. 7-10
    2:21
    pm

    it’s important to review the weather before risking your ‘do. . .cookies notwithstanding. xo-c

  12. 7-10
    3:15
    pm

    The tiara might rust–better leave it in the shed Clover.

  13. 7-10
    8:18
    pm

    Clover is just waiting to make an entrance at her book signing. (hint..hint)

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