Life on a family dairy farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
I'm glad the rain let up, even if the sunshine brought sad news.
And now it's raining again (2:30pm)! Sorry to hear about your bad news
Do you mean sad news about Hugh?
The sad news,do you mean about Hugh's passing?
Unfortunately our compadres are ageing as well.....
Rev. Paul, it was a very beautiful day and tonight is nice too.WW, we caught a break today for which I am very thankfulRose, yes, Hugh and another friend from my childhood as well. Hadn't seen him since I was in my teens, but fond memories. Pretty sad day.Jeffro, that is all too true.
Hearing rain on the roof would be heavenly out here in the dry prairie.
Sorry about the sad news...sorry.You guys look extremely wet...ugh. I love the rain, but not in river size amounts.Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
That last picture is particularly fine . . . . and you're right about the aging thing. I stumbled across my class of '64 photos yesterday and frankly, was dumfounded - at the impossibly young faces . . and how many are gone. My dearest friend among them.Wishing you sunshine and smiles between the showers.
Caroline, why can't we send this where it is needed? I always wonderLinda, so soggy. I am sick of mudCathy, the boss lost a friend and I lost a long ago friend from school days the same week. Enough to make you sit up and take notice. Thanks for the kind words and the same to you and Keith.
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