Today’s Charleston Daily Mail


1datePhoto by Jerry Waters.

I’m pretty sure I should just go ahead and post a photo from The Embarrassing Files today as there is a picture of me hauling a crazy cow down the road in the paper today anyway. If you live in this area, be sure to pick up a copy of today’s Charleston Daily Mail (Wednesday, October 9 issue). If you’re from around here, you can see it online here! Thank you to Monica Orosz, who did an awesome job writing about a nutty farmer, and also to Bob the photographer, who, seriously, I’m sure, had much more embarrassing photos he could have used!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 9, 2013  

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  1. 10-9

    Good morning! Lovely story Suzanne. Persistence and hard work really do pay off. I think I love the photo of Mia in the cape best!

  2. 10-9

    QUOTE: “I decided that I had to meet this talented woman who gave up everything to live on the most God-awful piece of property that I had ever seen,” he said.

    They left out the part where I say “I’m Suzanne’s “fall-back guy” when she has issues that she or others cant handle. It’s been
    an exciting journey just knowing Suzanne….” :bugeyed:

  3. 10-9

    Thank you, Jerry!!

  4. 10-9

    What a great column!!! And I do believe that Monica girl has some writing skills, too!

  5. 10-9

    what a lucky chicken

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