Oh Happy Day!

Apr
8

My three kids! For those of you who may have missed it, Ross has finished his two years of nuclear power school following boot camp, and he is on his way soon to a fast-attack submarine porting out of Norfolk, Virginia. These photos look like all photos when I try to get my three “toddlers” to cooperate. Eventually, I told Ross to attempt to smile like someone who had just completed two years of hell, and I got the dimples out of him.


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Happy Easter to all who celebrate! I’ve got pork chops marinating for a cookout later (after somebody–Ross??!!!) puts my new grill together, and Morgan will be saddling up to ride Patriot!

P.S. Thanks for the link today from Jenna at Cold Antler Farm! I read her blog! (See it here! LOVE her horse Merlin, and that was an inspiration to me to learn to ride Zip.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 8, 2012  

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  1. 4-8
    11:28
    am

    Lovely photos! And Happy Easter to your family too :heart:

  2. 4-8
    11:28
    am

    Happy Easter to you and your beautiful family, Suzanne! Great job with the photos.

    Pat in Eastern NC

  3. 4-8
    11:42
    am

    Love the slideshow! I was perusing my favorite farm websites and saw that Jenna (at Cold Antler Farm) wrote about your site! Here’s the link in case you don’t know and want to check it out: http://coldantlerfarm.blogspot.com/2012/04/chickens-in-road.html

  4. 4-8
    12:00
    pm

    Thanks for letting me know! (Added a link in my post.) I love her blog.

  5. 4-8
    12:35
    pm

    Happy Easter Suzanne and to your family. We are cooking a turkey I bought from my egg lady last winter. It smells gooooood :)

  6. 4-8
    12:47
    pm

    Looks to me like Morgan’s brothers have missed her – even the solemn Ross!!!

  7. 4-8
    1:00
    pm

    Work ’em till they drop Suzanne. :yes: They can rest when they leave. ;) You need the free muscle.

  8. 4-8
    1:34
    pm

    You have a very handsome (and pretty) family. My brother can never smile on cue either; some of his school pictures were hilarious.
    You know, the three of them just look “right” on the front porch of THAT house and thank you for sharing.
    Happy Easter to you and yours, too.
    :smilerabbit:

  9. 4-8
    2:57
    pm

    Happy Easter too you and your family. :wave:

  10. 4-8
    3:39
    pm

    My two favorite bloggers come together. :)
    Enjoy the time with the kids, Suzanne — can’t wait for shots of Morgan on the hooves. :)

  11. 4-8
    4:27
    pm

    Norfolk…that is right up the oroad and over the bay from me here in Yorktown! It is always wonderful to be together ANY day of the year. Enjoy!

  12. 4-8
    5:53
    pm

    Happy Easter to all and BLESS YOU.
    I love the slide show!

  13. 4-8
    6:18
    pm

    Aww – those are great pictures of your “toddlers” – you are so funny! Enjoy your precious time together – Oh Happy Day Indeed! Morgan has an owie on her knee! BTW made some ramp/potato soup today – soooo good!

  14. 4-8
    8:07
    pm

    I don’t imagine your Easter could have been more perfect! :duck:

  15. 4-10
    4:27
    pm

    They are not babies anymore, not 12, 14 & 16!!

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