Monday, March 31, 2008

Cows gotta eat, kids gotta play

hay.barn

distracted

cattle.cuisine

following.food

hay.everybody

dinner.for.60

bye

Lucky for us we can take care of both any given Sunday at Grandma and Grandpa's farm. Everyone should have the chance to do this at least once. So many giggles. How was your weekend?

xo,AM

35 comments:

  1. That looks like a lot of fun for the kids!! Where can I find that beautiful fabric with the birds on it????

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  2. Are you the new Pioneer Woman?!!
    My weekend was great- watched "Dan in Real Life" and it was wonderful!

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  3. Terriaw4:05 PM

    Looks like fun! We watched I Am Legend (disturbing), did some spring cleaning, and I finished 3 craft projects - yay!

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  4. Looks like a great weekend for your family. Reminds me of Sundays on the farm I grew up on in Kansas -many, many years ago!

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  5. Looks like you were the country mouse while I was the city mouse...I just posted my weekend, too! :)

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  6. I just have to tell you I was reading your blog with my 2 year on my lap. She completely LOVED this post she kept saying cows and the last photo, yep she waved at it!

    Thanks for the giggles even though you didnt intend for that!

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  7. oh how i would to spend a sunday like that.

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  8. How lucky that grandma and grandpa have a farm!! The pictures are beautiful!

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  9. Wow! All that brilliant red and green. Love those photos...and look at me. Finally writing you a comment, Anna. It took having my own blog to realize true blog etiquette.

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  10. These photos are gorgeous. What a great way to spend your weekend.

    Cookie

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  11. Same weekend here for us..except goats..chickens..turkeys..ducks. What fun!! We have loads of babies goats right now and the kids find them much more fun than puppies. Such a pleasure to see kids have fun getting dirty!

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  12. I am swooning over the colour combinations in the top photo. Actually, now I look at it, they're almost the same in the bottom photo ... gorgeous!

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  13. You are absolutely right! I married a boy who grew up on a dairy farm! My kids love to go to Pappy's and visit his family farm. (Though my daughter climbed to the top of the Harvest store and I about had a heart-attack when I found out!!!!). Our weather was pretty but still cold! Craig was the Landscaper Man this weekend!

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  14. Oooh -- your weekend looks like a lot more fun than ours -- though, we did find some time for a trip to the library, a walk in the sun and some sidewalk chalk play. Now that I think about it -- yeah, it was pretty great :0).

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  15. im in LOVE with the picture where the cows are looking at you! its awesome!

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  16. What a fun weekend! We had a birthday party Saturday and then just relaxing on Sunday...not much motivation to do anything else!

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  17. I would love to hang out with a bunch of cows! I have a few pics on the wall and wanted to add to them, but I chicken out of actually jumping out of the car and taking pics of someone elses cows without their permission. Not sure why they would care, but ya know ...
    Looks like a great weekend. We had a family day of Horton Hears a Who and Chilis. I think I would have preferred the cows, especially since they come with grandparents!! The best part is the grandparents!

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  18. Oh my goodness..looks like too much fun! I am still getting over being shocked and astonished that you have a 16 year old. You looked all of 18 on Martha. Then, I read your blog and nearly fell over! I love, love, love the fabric and wish that I lived in Portland..you could have any of my couches!

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  19. my boys would have had sooo much fun playing with the cows too! yesterday dimitri and i tried to catch our neighbor's baby goat that got out but had no luck!
    filakia!!!!

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  20. the shades of color on the cows is beautiful.

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  21. Your post has brought back many special memories for me. I used to do this with my Grandparents when I was young - mainly during the droughts we had in Australia. Agghhh, such good times were had!

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  22. Don't you just love Tennessee?!! It looks like you all had so much fun!

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  23. Jen From Windy Ridge6:43 PM

    My kind of post! Love it.

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