Mammy Jane Ate My Homework

Feb
21


I had a big post planned for today, but Mammy Jane ate my homework.


In other words, I got home late last night and was out of time. And I blame Mammy Jane.

That would be because last night? I TOOK THIS PICTURE FROM INSIDE MAMMY JANE’S HOUSE.

Will explain asap.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 21, 2011  

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  1. 2-21
    1:25
    am

    :wave: Thats a beautiful window! Is it a transome (I have no idea if I am saying or spelling that right). You know a window above door? Very pretty!

  2. 2-21
    1:58
    am

    Awesome!

  3. 2-21
    6:29
    am

    Yes, I’ll be waiting for the explanation!

    And by the way, I ordered the book “The Legend of Mammy Jane” after you posted about it. It’s wonderful – I can’t put it down!

    Dianna
    http://www.thesedaysofmine.com

  4. 2-21
    6:42
    am

    Do the animals know it is Presidents’ Day? How are they celebrating? Who is their president? Do they have a board? Do they have by-laws?

  5. 2-21
    7:25
    am

    Wow thats very pretty.

  6. 2-21
    7:46
    am

    Looks like an old transom window. Air conditioning from the old days.
    Suzanne

  7. 2-21
    7:47
    am

    I think that is so very beautiful.. Wish that my house had some pretty character like it.

  8. 2-21
    8:02
    am

    Waiting…………

  9. 2-21
    8:58
    am

    greensborodailypost, If the animals know today is Presidents Day. Mine all gained up on me yesterday to say I didn’t get to rest. My dairy cows ran from me instead of going to the barn to be milked. I had to bring 2 new calves from the beef herd to my dairy barn and now I get to raise them. I think they know it was suppose to be a holiday and I am not suppose to have one. :hissyfit:

    Suzanne, that lends me to believe you went adverturing yseterday and got back late. I hope we get to hear all about the adventure. :woof:

  10. 2-21
    9:01
    am

    You obsessed woman!Lol…don’t make us wait too long ;-)

  11. 2-21
    9:20
    am

    If I say that I am waiting with baited breath, does that mean that I smell like fish? Can’t wait to hear about your adventure.

  12. 2-21
    9:41
    am

    Can’t wait to read “the rest of the story”.

  13. 2-21
    9:57
    am

    We have transom windows that open above our doors,inside and out,in our 1880’s farm house. Builder wanted to take them out.I said, No way.

  14. 2-21
    10:38
    am

    I have always loved stained glass windows . I have a Charles Rennie MacIntosh design The Rose
    in mind for one of my windows finding someone to do it is more of the challenge.
    Mammy Jane has a beautiful Window.
    Enjoy your day Ann/alba
    PS have you chosen names for the babies.

  15. 2-21
    11:01
    am

    Waiting….. :shimmy:

  16. 2-21
    12:13
    pm

    Ahhhh, the anticipation!

  17. 2-21
    2:42
    pm

    I ordered”Mammy Jane” today! I found the best price from Barns and Noble, for $12.20! I can’t believe some of the prices start at 40 something and go up to almost 400! Can’t wait to read her story!

  18. 2-21
    6:27
    pm

    …and ‘the woman’ leaves us wanting again… :lol: She (who shall not be named) is very good in that way…

    I need a cookie or two

    Pam

  19. 2-21
    7:40
    pm

    The suspense is killing me!

  20. 2-21
    7:55
    pm

    @CATRAY44- You are going to love this book!! I started it a few days ago and I’m trying to pace myself so I don’t go through it too fast!Mammy Jane was quite a remarkable woman!

  21. 2-21
    8:02
    pm

    I’m sorry! I promise it is worth the wait. This is one of the longest posts I’ve written. I needed to do it justice. I have been writing and editing and working on it all day. I want it to be done right.

  22. 2-22
    10:50
    am

    Did you see your “bouncy sheep,funny dog” video on AOL welcome page today? First time I saw it,I saw in tiny print “Chickens in the Road.” When I went back to view it again “Chickens in the Road” was not there.

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