Thankful Thursday


Thankful this Thursday for farm chores.  Yes, you read that right.  While the rhythm of our community has been disrupted, things continue to move right along here at the farmette.  

It's me with a bovine friend. 

Chores make for a day of routine and zero boredom.  


The view from the barn.  


Linking up today with Teresa, because I know there is a fence out in that field, somewhere.....








Comments

  1. Yes, the fence is there and the photo is neat! Like the selfie too! :-)

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  2. Cute shot of you and the bovine.. And the fence scene looks super cold, stay warm and have a great day!

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  3. The view from your barn is simply stunning. Would love to take a walk there with my camera.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  4. It is great exercise for the mind and the body, truly rewarding. Great snaps too.

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  5. We are 5 degrees this morning with wind, not a fun trip to the stable today!

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  6. Love the photo of you and bovine...and a beautiful shot from the barn. Keep warm.

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  7. I love the picture of yourself - you look so happy! Beautiful view from the barn.

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    1. Thank you Carol! I do enjoy living here!

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  8. cow barns can be nice and warm on a snowy day! although it's a moist kind of warm with all that bovine breathing. :) stay warm!

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  9. What lovely blanket of snow!

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  10. Like your 'working' selfie. Does time fly woking in the cold though?

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    1. You know, working in the cold is very motivating. lol And, it is always better to shovel manure when it is 20 degrees than when it is 90 degrees.

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  11. Oh a fresh looking cold day selfy is great and the fences. I am sure you have not too many colds in the year.

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  12. You are a brave soul to be out in that snow, but I also snow the cattle need your visit for sure.

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  13. Oh yeah, the animals have to be fed and watered..no matter what! Stay warm!

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  14. It's so important to give fresh water in the winter when their water freezes. Good for you, being such a good farmer! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  15. Staying active is one way to remain positive even on snowy, wintery days. You looked so cute with your bovine friend. That is a lovely winter view you have.

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  16. That's a lovely photo of you Michelle, and the view from the barn is beautiful.

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  17. Love your bovine friend. It is hard to find the fences, and the cars, and the .......in all this Kentucky snow. xo Laura

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  18. Looks mighty cold with the view from the barn. Brrrr.

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  19. I'm way off topic here. I was wandering if you could give an update on the solar panels that you are using in your garage.

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  20. a whole lot of gorgeous snow....such a pretty view..

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  21. Aren't you cute with your little red nose! It looks cold but very, very beautiful! xo

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  22. Your coat looks warm! So does the cows! :) Stay warm!!!

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  23. Good to see you're well wrapped up while doing the chores Michelle. Nice selfie and wintery field view.

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  24. Snow can make farming difficult; we've had trouble with the watering troughs in this 0 degree weather. My husband is checking them 3-4 times a day to be sure the cattle have water. Lovely photos.

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  25. What lovely pictures, the first one is a great natural portrait.

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  26. yes i see a great fence out there. lovely view.

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  27. Whoa! You did get some snow. Looks like our neck of the woods.

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  28. That snow shot is so beautiful. Love that first one too.

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  29. Glad to see your warm and cozy, sweet cow in the back.Blessings Francine.

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  30. You look as cold as I was today!

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  31. Burr, looks pretty white there alright! No "Having a snow day" for farms though, the chores still gotta get done...

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  32. a farm life never stops. Stunning shots in the last image and lovely to see you in the first shot.

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  33. Obviously coping with the cold! Neat selfie...:)

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  34. Another snowy place (and fence) that I rather see on your photo than in reality.

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  35. Lovely post, great pictures!

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  36. That is one seriously red nose, Michelle.

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