I am definitely a country girl that loves to garden, quilt, preserve, hunt, and read. I love my family more than anything in the world. I live with my husband of fifty years. We have a son, daughter, granddaughter and grandson. We live on a 500+ acre farm in Virginia with about 75 cows & bulls, thirty chickens, and three dogs.
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10 thoughts on “I\'m a little early but isn\'t it wordless Wednesday somewhere!”
We would love a hug from Ariel. Great wordless pics. Too bad about the tree.Woos, the OP Pack
I know we've just met but since you are early I'd like to go ahead and comment early too!It's nice to meet your lovely 4 leggers.I'd like to give Ariel a hug but may I have one from each of the others? I'm sure they are good huggers too!Chester ;0=)
We love hugs, Ariel, so its cool.
When we had our hampster he used to eat the acorns!
We like seeing the animals. Snow? It must be cold where you are.
Nice assortment of pikhs!It seems to be a bonus year fur akhorns 'round here – almost need a hardhat fur our walks sometimes!I'm more of a khysser if that matters!Hugz&Khysses,Khyra
hope no one gets hurt by that tree fall. Thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures with us and have a great day!Cheers,Maxx
Scotter, you look wonderfully floofy! That's why your picture keeps getting taken!! Ariel, we wanna hug you too! Winston, stay away from those acorns! Haha!
HiCute pics of your animals. You certainly have some happy squirrels in your area. I am still chasing them away here,so maybe they are heading your direction!!Luv squirrel chasing:Jazzi
Ariel is so cute. I'd like to give her a hug right back. 🙂
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