On the Road


Checking out the girls’ bee-hinds. I’ve been doing a lot of that lately…..

This has been an unusually hectic week with a lot of running around, and today I’m off again–to Pennsylvania this time–to pick up Valentina and Roman Reigns. ::mystery::

Will disclose as soon as possible!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 19, 2016  

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  1. 2-19

    Can’t wait to hear the backstory….

  2. 2-19

    Oh My, more exciting news from the farm. I can hardly wait to see what new additions you will have to share with us. So many wonderful animals on your farm.

  3. 2-21

    Can hardly wait to see the new addition to the farm.
    I know whatever it is will be adorable!!!!

  4. 2-22

    There was a distant point in time when your site was the first one I clicked on when I logged on in the AM. I loved the long posts about your animals and your other adventures. Now, I might visit your site once a month, quickly being able to determine if there are any new posts or not, but they’re usually just a picture or two with little commentary. I know that I’m not the first to comment on how things have changed on your site. I’m glad that your life is full and happier, but I just wanted to let you know that I do miss the “olden days.”

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