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Monday, February 24, 2014

Here We Go Again!

What is enough?
Back to the ice age.
 No beautiful sunrise this morning and when Karen and I were went to the barn it was about 8 degrees.  Holy Moly!


 Before long the wind kicked up and it was like that all day.





 Was out of gas in the picture taking world and grabbed very few shots.

Saw a nice sunset when I went out to tuck the girls in.





 Pulled some cabbage soup out of the freezer...
  made a couple cheddar cheese panninis (could someone tell me how to spell that word correctly????) with a side of apples and that was that.

Yesterday I told you about Sara and Saint Tim's new sheep (Burrdock) who was transported from New York back to Kentucky (in the back of their car) and I could not load the picture.  See him back there?  You can check out what he was doing today on Sara's blog by clicking on Punkin's Patch in my sidebar.  He's a lucky boy, to have been rescued by Robin and sent to a dream home.
Night all.

7 comments:

  1. The colors in that sunset are gorgeous! Just love the story about the rescue sheep going to the farm jackpot!

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  2. Panini (sandwich) Wish you could have attended the cookie party. Burrdock is very cool.

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  3. Lori, I feel cold looking at your pictures. And then you posted the beautiful sunset and your warm stables, which I could feel too! LOL. Oh what a delight to see Burrrrdock in your post. I'm off to visit Punkin Patch now to see what his story is. Have a great day. Jo

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  4. Si scrive così (it is written this way):-)

    panino (singular)
    panini (plural)

    I made one cheddar cheese panino
    OR

    I made some cheddar cheese panini

    Buon appetito!

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  5. Grazie! Auntie Reg and Miha. Now I will always spell panini the correct way. When I have spelled it like that, my computer says it is misspelled.

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  6. We sure are mixed up by all this nutty weather.
    Lily & Edward

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  7. Beautiful sunset. So windy here too! Had some flurries today. It never ends!

    Love the happy sheep rescue story. I have to oh check out her blog now.

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