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I am Sandra - faithful steward. listener. shepherd. dream believer. hard worker. collects brass bells, boots. Jesus follower. contented. star gazer. homemaker. farmer. prayer warrior. country woman. reader. traveler. writer. homebody. living life large.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Her Best Side

 ~ no passing lane ~
So, how's traffic where you live?


Blessings ~ rural living ~ cattle ~ a sense humor ~ Saturday ~

21 comments:

  1. Traffic's just a tad bit faster here...LOL!

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  2. Life in the bovine lane- right up there with life in the goat lane. Gotta love it!

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  3. Oh how I wish I were riding my bike behind this happy cow. Wearing my hat and a basketful of fresh flowers......can you tell I'm a city girl? And Music would be playing from the heavens and the birds would fly around the brim of my hat tweeting.....

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  4. Ha Ha. Much like yours. I had to shoo a goat out of the road on Friday night.

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  5. Is this one of your's? Just precious. I wish I could live where you do. Life is just so much sweeter in the countryside or mountaintop.
    Big cities are for business people only...and I'm waaaaay over that at this point. xx's

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  6. What a great picture! After driving in Atlanta traffic last week, this would be a welcome sight!

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  7. And I bet she knows just where she is going too! So cute!

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  8. So cute!! I love it!

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  9. Aloha from Waikiki

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  10. Just ambling along an' minding me own business!
    lol!

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  11. I am popping over from Gg - Notes on the Journey to say thanks from the bottom of my heart for your recent support during my dad's open heart surgery. He is doing so well.

    Over 60 comments with prayers and well wishes, including yours. Such sweetness. It helped me not feel quite so alone, having recently moved to Chicago.

    Fondly,
    Glenda

    ps. love the title of your post today.

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  12. Hello Sandra and Dave:
    What a wonderful image, juxtapositioning the cow alongside the double yellow lines. Life in the slow lane indeed!

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  13. Wish ours was like yours! That's why I love to visit my relatives in the peaceful country. :)

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  14. WE use to get some traffic like that before we moved down to the city. We stil get the huge tractors and my 2 year old grandson can tell me the name of all the farm equipment we see along the highway. His other grandma has a farm.

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  15. I thought it would be a story about a cow who decided to run away from home! Lots of traffic on road past our place - far too much but who is to tell other folks they can't live where we love?

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  16. *snicker*

    Looks like my neck of the woods!
    xo, misha

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  17. It's not like that but it would be nice!

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  18. Traffic here in VA Beach is horrible. It's so bad they would run over the cow, cook it, and eat all while driving with a cigarette hanging off their lip, texting,
    drivng with one knee on the steering wheel at 75 in a 55 zone.

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  19. Thank you for the good cheer today!

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