Slightly Remiss


Spice is helping me out, trying to ward the chickens off their egg-laying shelves!

I’m slightly remiss here because I’ve been working on my book a lot this week, combined with getting ready for a workshop on the farm this weekend. Sorry about that! (I didn’t want anyone to worry.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 25, 2012  

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  1. 7-25

    I was getting worried! Glad all is well!

    Hope you have plenty of gas for the generator, the weather people are warning of severe weather tomorrow. Oh, how I hate to hear that, makes me fret and worry…..

  2. 7-25

    I have gas! We’ll be okay here.

  3. 7-25

    Guard Cat on Duty!! keeping the chickens at bay :chicken:
    Hope you dont end up with a kitten being left instead, lol :happyflower:

  4. 7-25

    Now Suzanne, don’t go to any trouble. We’re not picky or fussy! I’m just happy to be getting the hell out of Indiana for a bit!
    :snoopy: Really looking forward to it and God willing and the creek don’t rise (literally, after what yvonnem said up there) we’ll see you bright and early at The Studio!

  5. 7-25

    I second Murphala. Please don’t go to much trouble. It’s a working day after all :D

  6. 7-25

    If Suzanne threw a Krispy Kreme at me with a cup of coffee and told me to go play with the goats for a day, I’d be happy. I’m soooo easy to please.

  7. 7-26

    Glad to hear that all is well. I figured that things must have gotten busy for you. Don’t stress over it, just a line or two to say, “hey, busy, busy, busy here” is all most of us need to know that there is no need for us to worry. Take care.

  8. 7-26

    :pinkbunny: Just a picture and word a day when busy will hold us Suzanne!! I know I’m not alone when worrying- cause we do know bad guys sometimes rear their pointy heads etc! Signed, just another mom-AKA -chicken sista!!!

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