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post #41 of 47

Blooie,

 

Thank you so much for sharing your life experiences and family with us.

 

I haven't followed the forums you frequent, but when our paths have crossed have been impressed with your gift of great prose and found your kind and supportive comments to be exemplary.

Raising Hens in Georgia!  Limited experience, but a lot of opinions. big_smile.png 

Reintegrating a Recovered Hen to a Small Flock:

Don't be Chicken, Even a Cat Can Bake a Gingerbread House

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Raising Hens in Georgia!  Limited experience, but a lot of opinions. big_smile.png 

Reintegrating a Recovered Hen to a Small Flock:

Don't be Chicken, Even a Cat Can Bake a Gingerbread House

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post #42 of 47

Thanks for the interview @Blooie

Immediately the rooster crowed the second time. Then Peter remembered the word Jesus had spoken to him: “Before the rooster crows twiceyou will disown me three times.” And he broke down and wept. Mark 14:72

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Immediately the rooster crowed the second time. Then Peter remembered the word Jesus had spoken to him: “Before the rooster crows twiceyou will disown me three times.” And he broke down and wept. Mark 14:72

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post #43 of 47

You're welcome!  It was fun!  Thanks for taking the time (allllll the time, teehee) to read it.

post #44 of 47

Diane! :hugs  what a GREAT GREAT interview! and I am coming to steal Molly!  isnt she just gorgeous!! WOW

post #45 of 47

Thank you so much, Sally!  Your screen name fits your personality perfectly!

 

Sadly we lost our Molly-kapwolly in October.  She was one in a million...so gentle with the kids. Kendra was her favorite, and Kendra loved her right back.  No plans to get another dog - we travel too much now with Ken moving up the line in Grand Lodge, and it's so unfair to get a puppy and then be gone all the time just when they need training the most. And some have suggested that older dogs need homes too, but again, unfair to bring an older dog into a different environment with all new people.....so much change for that dog to get used to and leaving him/her all the time would just add to the confusion.  So Molly will remain Queen of Oleo Acres with no competition for the title.

 

Molly and Kendra

 

Evan and Katie - Molly had no problem playing pillow!  Kids were little here, I think they were 5.

 

Molly and Little Diane.  They were buds!

 

She'd sleep like this for as long as Ken sat in his chair. Check out the back legs!  

 

 

Molly and Scout.

 

We sure miss that goofy dog!

post #46 of 47

awwww Diane thats so sad, what a beauty and well loved. priceless!  what a beautiful family you have too!  I couldnt live without my doggy love, i need doggie snuggles and love I am needy and greedy!  thats why I have six springers

post #47 of 47

Blooie..thank you for sharing..just catching up after my interview.  Love your quilts!   Love your photos of the kids..and dogs.  I had a couple of English Setters in the past.   They are sweet dogs.  :)  

Wonderful family, very understanding husband when it comes to chickens, dogs, birds, one big Golden Retriever, and thankful to the Lord for all!
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Wonderful family, very understanding husband when it comes to chickens, dogs, birds, one big Golden Retriever, and thankful to the Lord for all!
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