Study Date


Morgan took Friday off school to study for an AP test. This didn’t work out so well for her when Joe and Lisa from Woolweaver Farms came over to scrapie tag the sheep and Morgan helped herd them. Lisa is one of her high school teachers. I told her, “Morgan was VERY ILL earlier!” Or not….

(Morgan took this photo herself of her outdoor study setup in the front yard when apparently she found my camera languishing alone on Friday. There were also many photos of cats….)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 6, 2013  

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  1. 5-6

    I love cats. I love pictures of cats. Where are the pictures of cats?

  2. 5-7

    I see a blanket, I see books; what I don’t see is cats or a hard-studying student. Morgan needs to use the timer on your camera so that she can run and “pose” for the photo.
    I can see it was another wonderful, beautiful, sunny day in West Virginia. :sun: :wave: :happyflower:

  3. 5-7

    Well I hope her Chemistry test goes well! It’s a hard subject to master. And like another reader, I would love to see some cat pictures. We don’t see much about the dogs or cats except now and then. Give us a farm pet post please. And a status report if Coco is fully recovered from her injury last year. THANKS!

  4. 5-7

    What a peaceful, lovely place to study, or perhaps take a little nappy?

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