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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20 thoughts on “A quite January day at the farm.”
Great pikhs!Thanks fur sharing!Hugz&Khysses,Khyra
I can just feel the peace :)Karihttp://dogisgodinreverse.com/
A beautiful header!! I love your pictures of your mom's farm, and that duck is the strangest one I've ever seen.
The farm looks like great fun. I wonder if Miss Buffy gets to enjoy it. I've tried ice skating in a pond like that last year and took a dip. A bit too cold for me. norwood
Those pictures are perfect for a nice and serene sunday!Kisses and hugsLorenza
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You changed your blog background! I just changed mine too. The farm looks so peaceful. A perfect way to spend the day – at the farm.
happy happy new year!we'd love to be able to run on your grandma's farm…..chikissescoco and tiffy
What a great red barn! Mom grew up on a ranch so really enjoys seein all the animals and countryside. Thanks!Waggin at ya,Roo
Our duckies never seen to mind the ice cold water either! We'd rather drink it than swim in it!Love ya lotsMaggie and Mitch
What a pretty place! I would love to visit there!
Yay for your new look blog! Lovely!!Awww but look at your mum's farm!! How perfect and lovely!! The manager's duck is beautiful!! And Lucky is looking just gorgeous!! It's a very peaceful farm! Thanks for sharing these pics! Take carex
Love the farm, especially that bright red standing out in the snow covered field. Beautiful pictures of all the animals.
*Sigh* It looks wonderful. So much healthier, mentally and emotionally and spiritually, than commuting an hour to work each way and sitting at a desk all day….
I personally do not have to be back at my job today but Mom was absolutely ecstatic to have another 5 day workweek ahead! Or was it me bein' ecstatic that I have the house to myself? Either way………If you woulda included directions to this little slice of heaven, I would be on your Mom's doorstep right now!Woofs and heavenly slobbers,Chester ;0=)
Beatiful pictures! Thanks for sharing! Beautiful new layout of your blog!
WHAT a cool farm!! And such pretty horses!! Looks like they are all happy there!! Those ducks are wierd with the cold water ya know?wagsJazzi
What a lovely farm. I love the picture of your white horse in the snow.–Inger
The farm is beautiful, it would be a wonderful place to spend some time. Ducks don't seem to mind the cold water, I was taking so photos yesterday on some on a icy pond. That is a nice shot of the Muscovy duck, I rarely see them here.
Such a wonderful place to be with all those animals, awesome!
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