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Spring is here
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countrygurl    Posted 03-28-2003 at 11:16:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Well i just cut the lawn for the first time this season, couldn't wait to crank up the mower, and
did it with delight, knowing in a few weeks the
joy i receive today will soon be replace with
"one more thing that HAS TO BE DONE! oh well
today I enjoyed it and that is what counts
any it looks so nice all neat & tidy and the flowers are in bloom. All the animals now its spring except my quail & pheasents (have yet to start laying, which is kind of a good thing the incubator is full to max, this is our first season
incubating and Hubby took that over and is hatching every kind of egg he can get his hands on. it is like christmas morening when we ( if I can get to it before him)opening the door to see what hatched. We are surly enjoying our new country life (2nd spring since moving here (SW MS)
and we go back for anything the only thing we miss
from back home (New Orleans) is the great food, boilded crawfish,shrimp,oysters, and roast beef poboy,they don't even sell french bread. and we are only 2 hours away from new orleans. last year went to market to get some boiled crawfish and ask about the fixens ( mushrooms, onions, pototoes, sausage, garlic, corn, hot dogs, boiled eggs and anything else that is in the frig, the lady looked at me like i was nuts, but i had the customers mouths watering-the way they boil up here isn't going to do it HAHA, anyway tomorrow we are boiling our selves can't wait!
have a great day
countrygurl




Patria / PR    Posted 03-28-2003 at 12:32:45       [Reply]  [Send Email]
contrygurl

Sounds like you have everything under control.

Your enthusiasm is contagious...:-)

Have a great boiling-day and let us know how it went, eh?

Patria


countrygurl    Posted 03-28-2003 at 14:37:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
update: went outside to feed critters and pheasent laid first egg- in the bator it goes


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