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December 06, 2009


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We received about 2 inches last evening and night. It does take some getting used to- for the humans too! Wow they are certainly filling out their coats!

Oooh, my daughters will be so envious! They've been hoping for snow for a couple of weeks now, but none so far. Maybe this week. Its seems like no matter how many times you've seen it the first snowfall is always exciting.

Cocoa is just too sweet! I'll bet she could adjust even if she was inside sitting by the fire (lol!)

I just stumbled upon your blog and have been busy reading through the archives. I love your stories and already feel as though I know the many animal members of your family. Thank you for sharing your wonderful life with us all and I look so forward to reading more. I find myself dreaming of life on a farm with each photo and remembering my childhood days with my best friend on her farm....oh what fun we had with the sheep and the horses!

~Thanks for visiting and for you kind comments!~

Cocoa looks like she is doing well - and that makes me wonder, how long do sheep typically live? 12 years seems highly respectable!

I love the snowy photos. Even though dealing with all the snow can be frustrating/difficult, I miss the New England seasons. :)

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