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I am a 42 year old woman that is about as happy and content as one person can be. My husband of 21 years and our 15 year old daughter live on five and a half acres out in the country. We moved from the city four years ago and never looked back. I homeschool our daughter. We also love our animals. Our daughter has a miniature horse and two rabbits. We also have a border collie, two cats (again), two pot belly pigs, four peafowl, three emus, 2 llamas and an undetermined number of chickens, lets just say ohhh about 200. I have many breeds, from layers to fancy chickens. I love poultry shows, I love fowl in general as I have come to find out through having more than just chickens. Chickens will always be my first love though. I do show some of my birds occasionally.

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Morning Glories



madcobug said...

I hope you can enjoy being there for a little while. Taking your camera is a good idea. Those morning glories are beautiful. Hugs, Helen

deshelestraci said...

Remember, it's only for a short amount of time.  Just be yourself and have fun.  You can tolerate most anything for 2 hours or so!  I go to church with most of those people.  Many of them are pretty nice.  Some are kind of snotty so I know what you mean.  Good luck and have fun.

ggjack7 said...

You'll do fine Kelly, just be your ole sweet self, laugh at them, they won't know the difference they'll think you're laughing with them LOL good idea the camera, don't tell Shelby anything, kids are smart, she'll know how to handle herself, I bet.
Give Ian's son ad extra ((( hug ))) for me, I have a nephew over there. Jackie

geocachelinda66 said...

LOL!  I completely know what you mean!  Linda

white6416r said...

Kelly where did you get that picture ? You better watch watch me I might slip it. DAD

plieck30 said...

Gosh I like down to earth people. Paula

wwfbison said...

Keep this in mind Kelly, and I am not patronizing you....they are the ones who are missing out on the good stuff.  Be who you are, you are great the way you are.  I was in the world you are talking about for a long time...I feel bad for them. They will never see or understand what you do.  You'll be fine.  It would be funny to take a chicken to them though, they would probably faint at the idea of a chicken in their house. LOL