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Quiet Time

6/16/2014 8:39:00 AM

Tags: Goats, Roosters, Chickens, Donkey, Jennet, Filly, Country Life, Ranch Living, Bible, Thankful, Nana

NanaI am blessed. I grew up in town, but I have finally made it to my perfect country life in the Sierra Nevada Foothills of California. Sometimes life gets too busy and I forget to thank God for all I have and all I've been allowed to accomplish. I can't imagine any other life than the one I have.

Bible Tea 1

Asking the Lord to fill my cup – continue to give my life meaning. I'm so thankful.

God bless you all.

Nana

Corona

snoopy

Roosters

Matilda

What's not to be thankful for, right?



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