4/20/12

Friday Farm Foto: Oh, you again....


I'm pretty sure these little chicks get tired of seeing my big head peeking into their coop every few hours- in fact, their expression in this picture says it all:
"Oh, it's her again."

But I can't help it... I have a fever and the only cure is more fuzzy-bottoms. :)


A little unexpected blog break is happening for me right now... there is much to do like mowing the grass and lots of spring cleaning of the house and the barns, and I've been doing a little embroidery work to pick up some extra money.

 I've also experienced some issues with Blogger lately, like not being able to
leave comments on some of my favorite blogs. Well, actually I was able to comment, but then they would disappear-  for some reason they were going into the "Spam" folder.... very frustrating.
(By the way, you might want to check the spam folder on your blog to see if my comments or comments from others might be in there...)
I almost decided just to stop blogging... but then I would miss all of you terribly
and I have so much to share that I'd like to stick around for a while longer.
Hopefully things around here will slow down and I can get my blogging mojo back soon.... *sigh*

Happy Friday, everyone- I'll be back, I promise!

41 comments:

  1. 'tis the season. Write when you can. I'll be here holding my breath. ;o

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  2. *haha* Mike, get some air every once in a while, 'kay? :)

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  3. Feel better! Don't you hate having to type the word verification after you leave a comment on blogs?
    And I just got a notice that I have to pay google for more space for my blog! WHAT?!

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  4. Hello dear friend~
    Yes, fuzzy bottoms will do it every time!

    I am also having blogger troubles and they want me to pay for more photo space too. Guess I'll have to do it-can't think about not visiting my blog pals!
    Hope you are feeling better...
    Love you.
    Debra

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  5. I hoep you continue blogging! I'm having trouble as well. My thought have been so jumbled lately. I do't think I'd make sense if I did blog.

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  6. We will miss you but I know how you feel. I don't have much time to be on the computer these days.
    Hope to catch up to you soon.
    Hugs

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  7. Those little fuzzy bottoms are just so cute!

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  8. oh, they are giving you such a look! Have a great weekend.

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  9. "Fuzzy-bottom cure"...sute! As are the chicks; hope you're weekend is fabulous, Paula.

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  10. You cannot quit blogging because I would miss Lilly too much! :) Her pictures in the bike carriage are priceless! Hang in there! Green Country would miss you...

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  11. So cute!

    So far I haven't had trouble with Blogger except I can't change font and font size when posting. I always thought it would just be a matter of time before we'd be expected to pay for their service.

    Take your time and get some rest.

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  12. yup, just take a break in hopes of getting rejuvenated. i'd hate to lose you.

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  13. I love the updated pic of Edie and Lily is a darling, but these fuzzy bottoms? They are my very favorites!!!!
    I miss you. Maybe life will slow down a bit here soon......

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  14. Happy Friday Paula...
    Love those fuzzy bottom chicks too!

    Understand completely about work vs. blogging.
    With good weather..we certainly need to 'make hay while the sun shines'!

    Hope you have a great weekend and know that for a little while, or a long while ... what ever you decide, I'll be back to read and enjoy your posts :)

    p.s I did find one of your comments in my spam box... but I posted it .

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  15. Those little fuzzies are too, too sweet, Paula! Don't you dare stop blogging...you'd be missed more than you know!

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  16. love the cute little chicks..and its good you visit them often, I think, get them used to people so they'll be friendly....I haven't had any trouble with blogger..yet anyway...hang in there, we'd miss you terribly

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  17. Sweet photos, Paula. Please don't give up blogging - too many of us love you! Just blog when you can; we all understand. Take care, friend.

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  18. Don't leave us for too long, we'll miss you...

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  19. Paula, that is the perfect caption for this picture. LOL They really do look like they are saying that. I hear you on the busy thing. This time of the year is just like that. I haven't posted on my blog for almost a month. I'm tired and not in the mood when evening comes. I will tell you that we got some rabbits. I am already in love. I will soon do a blog post about them. Probably next week, though, because this weekend is full once again. Have a good weekend, my sweet friend.

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  20. Hi Paula, I recently came back from a blog break, and like you have thought of leaving many times but stay for the same reasons you decided too. ~smile~ I am glad you decided to stay I would miss you and Lily. Your chicks are so cute! love their color. Enjoy your break, and don't work to hard.
    Hugs,
    Sue

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  21. SO SWEET!!!

    Please don't stop blogger..I would miss you VERY much :)

    Hugs, Doreen

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  22. I agree with Mike... I think it's definitely the season where my favorite farm blogs start writing less b/c it's the busy season!!

    Write when you can and I'm glad you decided not to quit blogging entirely!

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  23. Chicks are the cutest little critters and I can not seem to get enough of them, which explains why I have so many adult chickens! Those Silkie chicks are so cute.

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  24. Hi Paula,
    I love those fuzzy bottoms. They are so cute! I have hens sitting on some eggs but my Turkey or Peacock are eating them!! Doesn't look like I am going to get any little chicks this spring :(
    I have been having problems too with blogger. I have been getting so many spams per day that I had to turn on the verification again.
    Then they spam the comments I don't want them too and let the stupid comments go on my blog! Oh well....
    I always enjoy visiting the Fraker Farm!
    Hugs, Ann

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  25. No trouble with blogger lately (KNOCK ON WOOD!) and I hope your issues get all worked out. Don't leave us! We'd miss you too much! Love those fuzzy chicks too!

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  26. Paula, I too have had blogger commenting issues! Frustrations!
    I love a fuzzy bottom fix and all the hard work (and reward) of Spring. Also, must find where I lost my blogging mojo....

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  27. Oh they are adorable! I'd have to look all the time, too.


    I'm having lots of blogger problems, too, and haven't posted for a while. I've had trouble with comments, too. I was thinking it was my iternet service, but after seein everyone's comments, maybe not. My aunt told me she didn't think they were doing many blogger updates anymore. . .so who knows?

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  28. Awwwww, those fuzzy bottoms are just precious...I'm sure they never tire of your 'beautiful' head!

    God bless and have a stupendous week sweetie!!! :o)

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  29. Awwwww!! Sweet Chicks!!
    And don't you DARE stop blogging Girlie! Don't Make me come Up There!!!Hahaaaa.....
    Blog when you can and don't worry about us...we'll be here!!!
    (((HUG)))

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  30. chicks are so cute! ...I hope you don't stop blogging.....I do understand though....I hope you are having a wonderful spring
    Blessings!

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  31. Please don't stop. I would miss stories and pics of your beautiful farm. I I had a farm I would want it to look just like yours. Thanks for hanging in there.

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  32. I’ve been a follower on your blog for a while now (5 pages back on your follow wedgit) and would like to invite you to visit and perhaps follow me back. Sorry I took so long for the invitation

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  33. Baby chicks are so exciting! I cant wait to have my own hatching eggs one day!
    Cheers~
    Ang

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  34. Baby chicks are so exciting! I cant wait to have my own hatching eggs one day!
    Cheers~
    Ang

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  35. Hello sweet friend..
    Wondering where you were and came over to check.. grin. I was away when you posted this..
    I think your comments would be ok again as the spam folder is not picking up anymore lately.. For a few days there were many so I just went in and put them back..
    Don't you dare stop blogging.. grin.. I would have to go down to Tenn. and find you... smile..
    I actually have friends there right now...
    Take care dear heart...

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  36. Oh, they are all so cute, I love their color!

    I have a peep question, I have 13 babies that are 6 days old a few of them have matted bottoms. Should I moisten a rag and try to clean the area or are they to young?

    I know you are busy, but I thought of you knowing you've got experience...

    Thanks in advance,
    Mel

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  37. I would miss you if you left too! Although I don't always get around like I should! I've had a couple problems leaving comments also. Always love seeing the chicks and chickens!

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  38. I hope you're having a great break from blogging. I love the photos of the chickens.

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  39. I'm blaming you for the reason I just HAD to have a Silkie... just so ya know ;)

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  40. What cute little chicks! I don't blame you for poking your head in every few hours. I would be doing the same thing!

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  41. Those chicks are cute, why do i like chicken so much....why....why...........also....Id like to invite everyone to a post I've just published honoring the TV show "Big Valley", and also actor Peter Breck. Included with this post are 2 personal recipes that was sent to me by Peters wife Diane, so please stop by and say hello and share your memories of this classic TV show. Richard

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