Surprise Visit

Apr
22

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Because Ross thinks he’s so amusing, he walked through the back door yesterday afternoon (with his old high school girlfriend in tow) without a word of “Hey, Mom, I’m coming home.” He’s on leave through Wednesday! Lucky for him, I had dinner planned, and pie!


A Ross visit has to include some dirt bike riding and shooting, of course.
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And I got three farm hands for the evening!
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Ross and Selena at high school graduation:
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Ross is back together with his high school girlfriend! I love her, so I think that’s awesome. She’s the only girl I know who’s strong enough to handle him!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 22, 2013  

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  1. 4-22
    8:38
    am

    What a nice surprise. And I bet Selena is no vegitarian, with Ross loving to hunt and all.

  2. 4-22
    8:57
    am

    :purpleflower: :purpleflower: :purpleflower: :purpleflower:
    It says a lot for Home and a Mom when the grown kids and their friends come home when they have free time and Mom that always has a good meal ready, so much nicer than “sending out” for food, even if it is close by.

  3. 4-22
    11:20
    am

    Love is in the air at Sassafras Farm…it is Spring after all!
    Life is Gooooooood!

  4. 4-22
    1:20
    pm

    sigh! Spring and young love…
    Enjoy your visit!

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