Friday, March 11, 2011

It's TIME For A Party.......because I am on Vacation.



Dear sweet ladies..............wow....we had a total of 31 names for her.......... so many cute names. We had to narrow it down to only 11 names  for our poll because we had so many. I loved all the names and will be using them on the new little chicks. My family picked out some of their favorites to help me. I have them on my side bar and you all can vote on a name. Little White Cochin Girlie will be so happy to have a name.......it's been a long time coming. 



Now..........we need to have a party to celebrate my vacation........don't you think?  To enter please leave me a comment about if you could spend a day at 
Prairie Flower Farm........
would you want to learn to make something.....like sewing, crocheting, or do some craft, or would you like to.........work in my garden...........or maybe bake something in my kitchen. 


I don't know what I will have as a giveaway for the winner....smile.......but you will like. It is going to be a surprise......because...... I have to make it. Can't wait to see who is going to come to our party. I just loveeeeeeeee parties.....as you already know and I am really in a celebrating mood!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love my Home as so many of you know..........love everything about it.


I will draw one of your names on 
Wednesday March 16th at noon.  

and I will announce the name of my girlie........and also the winner (one of you) from the party.


One Vote for comment

Second vote....... if you tell others about the party and tell me that you did.

So Simple and I hope you have fun!


Wednesday is also the due date for all my little chickies to hatch in the incubator...........going to be a fun day!!!!!!!!!




So what are you waiting for...........come and leave a comment. I will be able to come and visit everyone of you (if you have a blog)......because I will be HOME. Just saying I will be HOME sounds so wonderful...........do you think I am excited?

IF YOU DON'T HAVE A BLOG........PLEASE LEAVE ME YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS on the comment or just email me and put party on the subject line..... SO I CAN GET A HOLD OF YOU.....IF YOU WIN.

Hugs and may the Lord bless you..........

from my farm to your HOME.

Linda

Oh almost forgot to tell you. When and if you go to buy your baby chicks the way to tell a girl and a boy is to turn the chick upside down. If it is a girl she will keep her head straight down.........if it is a boy he will raise it up. Now isn't that cool? I read it somewhere the other day. I haven't tried it.........but I will. I hope it works. Sure would help get more hens then roosters. 



79 comments:

  1. Yeah, Linda...I'm so glad you have 10 days straight of vacation. What a blessing. That's another blessing of working, you enjoy free time so much more :) :) Well, White Cochin Girlie is so purdy. She'll be very happy and extra fluffy cute when she gets her name. I voted, but I'm not telling, until I find out what her real chicken name is going to be :) :)

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway. If I could come for an actual day at Prairie Flower Farm, I'd want to spend some time in the garden. I've never had a garden, so I'd want to learn how to take care of edible plants or flowers or whatever :) :) I'd also like to learn a craft, like quilting or any other needlework, but something with fabric sewing for sure :) :) Your creations are always so beautiful :)

    Have a wonderful weekend and vacation. Extra love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)

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  2. She is a pretty cute chicken. I like the feathers around her legs. I voted for Miss Cochina.. ok it didn't have a Miss in front of it but she kinda looks a little "Diva" so I thought that might fit. I am new to your blog. It's cute. I don't live on a farm my I do like animals.

    Erika

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  3. Hi Linda,
    I hope you are having a fantastic holiday!! I think holidays are wonderful, I am still single so I spend my holidays travelling to far away places and exploring more of God's beautiful world.
    If I got to go to your part of the world and visit you I would love to have tea and chat, look through your garden and learn some craftwork from you.
    I will e-mail my e-mail address ;-)
    Have a wonderful, restful time,
    Selina.

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  4. If I was able to visit your home and the farm... I would be sure to have a picnic basket full of home-made goodies. I would have a large blanket laid out on a soft spot. The goal for this event would be to listen to nature at her best..with all God's creatures great and small.. and to enjoy new friendships. I would not be bothered if a critter or two decided to join our picnic fare, I'd share!

    Enjoy your vacation!

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  5. Enjoy your vacation. Time to be home is so relaxing. I would love to visit all the animals, have time for tea and just see what the day would bring if I was ti visit. God would surely bring up things to see or do.

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  6. Have a great holiday!! I'm sure that you could teach me a few things in the kitchen... maybe how to make pie crust?? Thanks!

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  7. Hello Mrs. Linda, I think if I could spend a day at Prairie Flower Farm, of course I would have to visit all your chickens. But most of all just to visit with you. I hope you enjoy your vacation. My daughter is home on Spring break from college, she says she appriciates it so much after being gone so long at school. Absence does make the heart grow fonder. I have also introduced her to Unfading Beauty. They seem to have some much in common.

    Love and Prayers,

    Angie

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  8. Hi Linda!
    Oh if I had a whole day with you at Prairie FLower Farm... I think we would spend it in your sweet kitchen, baking some yummies, giggling and praising the day away!

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  9. I'd love to bring my daughter with me to visit you. We'd turn all the chickens into pets and hug and stroke them. lol I'm afraid you might find a couple missing after we left hahahaha

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  10. Oh my sweet ladies..............what fun!!!!!! I am so glad you stopped by. Love it.........I am outside with 5 grandchildren.........a box of matches...........tearing out old tomato plants.........and making a bon fire............love it! Wish you were all here........I would have you in my garden with....working together........sharing stories.......then I would serve you..........lunch.......in the Potter's Shed and we would tell stories some more............I would like...........a LOT! Thank you so for coming to my party. You are going to love the giveaway.......it is going to be fun.........designing it.

    HUGS TO YOU ALL........me

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  11. I think I would like to just be a part of your day to day activities. I'd for sure want to meet all the 'girls"! I love hens!!

    When I saw the photo of your newest one the first thing that popped into my head was "Rose".

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  12. I would love to visit your farm and make something. i love your patterns. i also live in Kansas on a farm , but mine doesn't seem as much fun as yours sounds like. Jagels@ckt.net is my email address, don't have a blog yet, but thinking about it. We used to have a pair of chickens named Fred and Ethel.

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  13. WOW Linda have a great vacation and enjoy your time with your grand babies that is sooo fun mine is on the way to spend the day with me too!!!! I will defiantly share this with others!!!

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  14. Oh, I am so happy for you that you have time at home! Yeah for vacations!!!
    Cute chick-a-biddy! What color eggs does she lay? White? Tan?
    If I could spend the day with you at Prarie Flower Farm, I would love to do so many things ~ walk around your farm and visit all the critters, work in your garden, have you teach me to crochet something, sew something with you and *eat* some wonderful goody you have created ~ just spend time with you and build sweet relationship with my Kansas/Alaska, farming, blogging gal friend ~ over a cup of tea, of course!
    ;~P

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  15. I love your hens! If I could visit you at Prairie Farm I would like to spend time with the farm animals :)
    I'm not crafty, but I could clean the henhouse for you :)
    I truly admire all your crafts and domestic skills.
    Enjoy your time at home!!!
    Blessings <3
    Angie

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  16. Hi Linda,
    I'm excited to be entered in your VACATION PARTY! I'm also going to go blog about it for a 2nd vote! YIPPEE!
    Just know you are loving your week off...I'll bet you run out of time to get all your projects done you want to! Any kittens yet?
    Have a glorious week and I know you will be thanking and praising God all week.
    Hugs and squeezes!
    Tanya

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  17. Linda,
    I forgot to say what I would do with you on your farm!! Oh my! I would pick following you around outside ALL day and watching you do all your farm chores! So fun for me I'm sure!
    Tanya

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  18. Enjoy your me time! Oh the first thing I do if I came to visit would be to tour the farm,then the house.We could pull up some chairs and chit chat for a while over sweet tea then make something yummy or as you say nummy for dessert.I love everything about farm life animals,gardening,simple pleasures.Warm Blessings!~Amy

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  19. Oh, vacation is great. It's nice to get some time off.
    I wish my little girl and I could come join your party. She would love your girls. We would cook something fun and have a little tea party. We would also do some fun crafts.

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  20. Hi, Linda! It is just so wonderful when a woman loves her home. I love mine so much and it loves me. I have lived in a few where we just didn't click but not this one! Anyway, I would love to work in your garden. Thanks for throwing another party. I cast my vote for your chick's name and I told my friend about the up coming celebration. Lots o' Love, Mary S.

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  21. Linda, how fun! I would love to come for a visit! First, I would love to have some fellowship with you and your family, maybe we can discuss the Bible, appreciate God's goodness together. Then I would love to just share in your every day schedule, helping your around the farm, helping with projects that might need some extra hands, learning from you and your husband. My kids would love tending to the animals and later I could cook you and your family a wonderful, big Italian dinner while you relax (after all, it *is* your vacation!) and tell me stories about your farm. Then we could have dessert, while the kids tell stories and act out little plays based on the Bible. And maybe throw in a craft or two!

    Sounds like fun!

    I hope you enjoy your vacation and I pray it doesn't go by *too* quickly!

    Love
    Johanna, Bittersweet Cottage

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  22. If I could visit you for a day, I would try to learn how to knit or crochet, then wander your farm with you. I grew up on an Oklahoma farm, and get to go back home to see my folks next week. Have a good vacation. Ours is the 21-25.

    carrotcake55@sbcglobal.net

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  23. Hi Linda, So glad you get this time off, there is nothing like being at home. I am off from subbing for right now because of a shoulder injury. I am not gone even that much, but like the idea of not getting called for a few weeks:o) If I could spend a day with you would definitely want to bake with you, and try to fit in working in the garden and making something. Ok, I can't pick just one, but baking would be my first. Have a great 10 days off.
    Joyfully, Cheryl

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  24. I did spend a day! Okay, well maybe a few hours. But we enjoyed every minute! :) Jeremy loved the horses! And it was a sucha beautiful day too. SO glad we got to see you guys! Love you all!

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  25. Hi Linda, I am so glad that you get to enjoy a vacation at home! If I were to spend the day with you, I would want to visit the animals. We have a pug who gives us joy, but that is it. Then, I'd love to work in your garden. It has been a good ol' fashioned winter where I live & gardening is still a few months off. Tea or a meal in the Potter's Shed would be fabulous. Thanks for another fun party!

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  26. Linda,
    What a wonderful party! If I could have a day with you at Prairie Flower Farm, I would want to see your Potter's Shed and talk about outdoor entertaining/decorating. I would also love to see your garden and ask you about growing garlic and herbs. We have a big garden, but not many herbs yet (hopefully this year). And if we had time, I'd love to talk about sewing and learn some things from you. I know I would come away blessed, and I think I'd learn how to bless others when they come to our farm.

    Have a great vacation! And can't wait to see those new chicks.

    Blessings, Michelle

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  27. I still remember how those days "off" feel to a working lady, VERY valuable!! I hope you enjoy every minute of your vacation.

    If I were able to visit you on your farm, I think I would want to do a "Day In the Life of Linda Stubbs". I'm sure that would include a little of a lot of things. How does that sound? Great, to me.

    Have a God Fille Day
    Shirley

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  28. I voted for Gracie...I couldn't vote Maggie - my daughter might get offended :).
    If I came to your farm (which I hope to do someday) I would want to do farm stuff with you AND cook! Happy Spring Break!!!

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  29. Hi Linda, I hope you enjoy every last minute of your vacation! If I were to come to your farm - which I may be able to do if I visit my in-laws in Wichita - I would love to learn about the chickens and maybe some hand sewing techniques. Thank you ~ Heather

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  30. If I were able to spend a day at your farm I'd bring my little 7 year old daughter along. I'd love to learn to crochet (properly, rather than the wonky way I do it) and to bake something together then have a tea party outside in the glorious sunshine. Thank you for your sweet blog!

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  31. If I spent the day at your farm I think I would enjoy just following you around and talking with you. Of course, a cup of tea together would be lovely. I could also use some help with my crocheting, because when I've tried to make scarves, mine always are real crooked!
    Patty @ 6goobers@embarqmail.com

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  32. Linda, if I were to come to Kansas, I'd probably just wind up baking something in your kitchen.:-) That's what I always seem to spend my time doing here.:-) I hope my email address shows up for you because I have to enter it somewhere. I'll probably send email to you so you will have it. I subscribe via email, but I have no blog, nor am I on Facebook; neither do I have a Twitter account.

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  33. Sounds like lots of fun....have a great vacation. Please come and visit anytime!
    Linda

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  34. I am back to let you know I now have your party announcement linked to my blog at Nothin But Country Living.
    Linda

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  35. I'd like to sample some fresh teas you make...I'm a coffee drinker and don't know anything about tea, but I remember you posting about making tea from some herb. So, I'd pick your brain about that; maybe get some starts from you as well. I'd love to learn to do wool applique but haven't noticed if you can do that? I'd love to see your raised beds and how you made them, sit in the warm sun enjoying our tea; laugh alittle maybe cry alittle too. Just seems so homey and inviting doesn't it?
    freeindeed at myfairpoint dot net

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  36. Oh Linda.. Can't wait to see what name 'White Cochin Chicken' gets..whatever it will be it will be a wonderful name for her! You always have the greatest partie... If I could come to the farm for a day...I would love to just spend time with you...as you go about your day! If it were warm..I'd love to share a cup of tea and a cookie in the milk house with you and your family...

    I have posted this on my blog..come on over and visit!! smile...

    Blessings...and have a wonderful vacation!!

    xoxo Gert

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  37. Linda, I hope you enjoy your vacation!

    I would love to come spend time with you. So much about Prairie Flower Farm I would love to see but I think I would love to sew and if time cook with you.
    Can't wait to see what you are making for the lucky winner! I am sure it will be something we all would love to have!

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  38. Linda,
    Thank you for having this party for us! Hope you enjoy your vacation!
    If I could spend a day with you ,I think I would just like to spend the day with you. Enjoy getting to know you better! I would also like to
    have tea in the potters shed with you. What a blessing that would be
    to me!
    My e-mail address:Candaroth@aol.com

    Blessings and Hugs,Anita

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  39. If I came to the Farm I would like a hug and prayer time with you. Also some tea and a baked goodie with a sit on the porch.

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  40. I am on vacation too! I am visiting my son and his family in South Carolina. If I were to visit you I would love to spend some time in ght garden and then learn a few sewing tips from you. Have a great vacation.

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  41. I missed the party yesterday. I had to drive into the city and run some errands. I am having 3 of my best friends next Friday and Saturday staying at my house and we are going to a quilt shop hop. So I needed to get things together to make some gifts and figure out the menu. If I visited your farm I would need to stay a week because I would want to do it all. Everything you listed I love to do. But if I had to pick just one thing I think I would want to sew or craft something. Have a blessed Sunday and enjoy your week off.

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  42. Oh Boy! If I could spend a day with you, I'd love to follow you around on the farm, do some crafting, bake a goodie and just enjoy the day.
    Blessings
    Patty H.

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  43. First off enjoy your vacation, I am on Spring Break also. Yipee!! If I could come to your farm I would like to sew something with you, also bake a sweet and also gather eggs with you. God Bless you and yours.

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  44. Linda If I could spend a day at Prairie Flower Farm, I would love to sit and do a stitching craft like the teabag cozy while we sit and visit. I am homeschooling my youngest two boys still. I graduated my older two. One in 2007 and the other last year in 2010. We live on a farm with chickens, cows, cats and dogs. Hay is our only crop. We also build quail habitat. Love reading your blog!
    Kari karig@embarqmail.com

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  45. Enjoy your days off !!! If I came to your house, I would love to first of all tour the farm and see all your precious animals. Then I would love to sit in your kitchen with a cup of tea and knit or crochet something while we chat. I just know I would LOVE talking with you. That sounds just heavenly to me. Love your blog and your precious sweet, inspiring spirit. Janeen Daftary daftarya@consolidated.net

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  46. I would love to spend my time at Prarie Flower Farm taking care of the animals,working in the garden and taking time to rest and visit in the Potters Shed. I have a feeling I would want to spend more than 1 day on your beautiful farm. Enjoy your time at HOME. I too am on break this week and am so excited to be HOME for the next 7 days!!!!!I can't wait to start planting my vegetable/flower garden. I will email you with my email address.

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  47. I'm so happy you are off for a few days. Have a wonderful week! I still think the chick's name should be Miss-chief!

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  48. Oh, and if I came to your house, I would most of all just want to spend time fellowshiping with you and the girls. I would also like to sew with you! Mentioning you on my blog!

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  49. Nancy Wolff (wolffpac@vermontel.net)March 14, 2011 at 8:47 AM

    I hope you enjoy your time off. If I came to your house I would love to help you in your garden. I love when folks help me to weed in the garden, a great time of fellowship and so productive.

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  50. If I could spend a day at the farm with you...I would love to walk around checking out all God's beauty and nature. Then I would love to curl up in a porch swing and have our quiet time/bible time together. You and your faith are such an inspiration to me.

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  51. If I could come for a visit I would like to divide up the time so we could do it all--craft, bake and garden and also sit and visit a while.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  52. I would love for you to enter me into your party! I can't wait to see what your working on. Enjoy your vacation and I am telling all I an about your party. Blessings!

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  53. I would love to win anything that you have made with your sweet hands. If I spent a day on your farm I'd like to learn about planting and canning. I'm so glad you are enjoying your vacation! Blessings!

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  54. I'd love to be there the day the chicks hatch!

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  55. If I were to visit your farm for a day . . . . well, I love the outdoors and veggie and flower gardening, but this time of year you would most likely find me sewing, quilting or doing embroidery . . . I have gotten brave and tried some crocheting lately, for my 3 daughter's American Girl dolls. Just love to be crafty!
    Kyla
    olsonkyla@rocketmail.com

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  56. Oh my - I'd want to see everything you've made! I'd really love to bake something wonderful in your country kitchen with you and then enjoy devouring it while chatting with a cup of tea. Then a tour of all the fun things on your farm that you love.

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  57. love doing sewing and crafts so that would be a treat to do. thanks



    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot]

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  58. Happy Vacation days to you! How wonderful to have some homey time! If I could visit I think I would just love to enjoy the wonderful farm atmosphere there. I am a country girl at heart♥

    Have a blessed day!
    Sharon

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  59. Hi Linda,
    If I came to your house, I for sure would love a tour but most of all I would just like to sit and both of us work on some embroidery and have some tea. that way I could really get to know you better!!! bev bevsdoggies@yahoo.com

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  60. Linda to spend a day with you would be wonderful, just to visit and enjoy the farm. To do whatever I'm able and just drink in all that the farm is.

    Hugs XX
    Barbara

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  61. I would love to hangout with you and your chickens. And I would love to get into the garden a little but I really want to play with the chickens:) I just love them all. You really need to get a cow too! Id love to milk her for sure! Ok have a blessed day and enjoy the party! Sherri

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  62. If I could spend the day with you, I would like to learn about caring for chickens and gardening. Then, just chat while you do your usual "stuff" and share your wisdom and insight.

    rssavinalot@gmail.com

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  63. Hi sweeties..........love reading every comment. I am still making my way to visit each of you. Thank you so much for coming. Today was such a wonderful day at home. Loved it. No baby chicks yet. I would be so sad if they didn't hatch. That would not be good!!!!!!!

    Still working on the surprise for the winner. I have a surprise for everyone else also.

    Hugs, Linda

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  64. Howdy from Ohio!!

    What a fun Party!! Have a super vacation too!!!! Wooooohoooooo!!!

    If I could spend a WHOLE day with you....wow.....I'd love to walk w/you...&visit all the spots you love BEST on the farm....see the baby chicks, your garden, flowers, meet the critters....& lil' Sophie! HAVE to meet your family of course! :)

    Maybe we'd have time to bake somethin'....and sit on your Porch with tea. I'd love to learn to make your Apron, and the Hexagon Flower for the pocket! We could sit & stitch....and I'd work on my Snowmen...for my quilt!

    What a sweet Dream this is! I'd soak up ALL the kindness you'd be sharing....and talk about JESUS for sure.....and I'd just bask in the comfort that radiates at your farm!

    You are sooooooo Special!! Thanks for ALL you do!

    Hugs!!
    Lori :)

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  65. Don't have a Blog....but DID tell several Friends about yours....and this AWESOME Party!!!

    Have a SUPER Vacation!!!

    Hugs!
    Lori :)

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  66. I am leaving a comment and will tell others about your party via my blog. If I could spend a day at Prairie Flower Farm, I would love most of all to share a pot of tea (and some treats) with you while we sat with our embroidery. We could share so much of all that the Lord has done in our lives. That would be a very special time!

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  67. Oh, I would love to visit your farm and spend time with you. Here's what I would love to do: share a cup of tea, help gather eggs, ask to snoop in your recipe box and maybe copy a few, and ask you to teach me to sew or crochet. But while they would be fun things, I think that it would be best to just spend time talking about God and what He has done in our lives.
    :-)

    I hope you have a wonderful vacation!

    ~Teresa

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  68. Hello Linda -
    I hope you are enjoying your vacation!

    If I were to visit you, I'd love to just walk around the farm and soak it all in. I spent a lot of time at my grandparents farm in Iowa when I was little, and I miss it. I'd love to see the open pastures and the big blue sky and just soak up the beautiful sunshine and enjoy God's creation. I'd like to take a peek at your chickens and talk about them, and if there were time I'd love to see your sewing projects and learn a thing or two. It'd be a wonderful day spent with new friends!

    I'm telling others about your party on my blog!

    I hope you all have a fabulous vacation!

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  69. Put on the coffee and lets do some baking!!

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  70. I hope you enjoy your vacation, If I could spend a day on the farm I would love to learn to quilt and so other crafty things and take a walk around the farm.
    Thanks so much. I have a blog but I'll send my email
    sheilarbales@gmail.com

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  71. I just heard about your party thanks to my blog friend, Mrs T. I would love to visit Kansas as I have never been to your lovely state. Just spending a day with you and visiting your farm would be a lot of fun. I enjoy cooking and sewing so I am sure we would have a fun day.

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  72. Hi Linda!

    Yippee, you are on vacation! Enjoy every moment as they always pass so quickly.

    Well...hmmm... if I were to spend a day in your shadow, I would definitely join you as you go to your chicken coop! I'd like to see how things are set-up, what you feed your chickens, how you tend to them, how you collect eggs, how you store eggs, etc. Can you tell I'm thinking about setting up a chicken coop? Yep, I sure am. But first, I need to learn everything I can.

    Thanks for the fun party!

    Farmer

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  73. If I had the opportunity to spend the day with you on the Farm, I would definately want to learn to crochet!

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  74. Hello! Your blog is lovely and I'd like to be entered in your giveaway.
    I did vote for a name for your chicken!
    What would I do if I came on over to the farm...I love gardening and baking, so probably some of both! I'd also love to feed your chickens.
    Thanks so much - you can reach me at my blog.

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  75. Thanks for the invitation to the Party. Since we met thru Gooseberry Patch we might want to make an apron or two!!
    Jane
    guileys at bellsouth dot net

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  76. Love the party Linda! If I were with you on a vacation at your farm I would watch you be so creative. How about a knitted tea pot cozy or a sweet sewed tea pot cozy? Hmmm...you re one talented lady and I am always telling everyone about you. Here I do again. enjoy your vacation! Anne

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  77. Interesting Chick info I guess this city girl never knew that!! : ))
    So glad you had a wonderful Vacation

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  78. Good Morning Linda - I am just making it in under the wire for your party :) I have so enjoyed reading all your posts about what's going on at the farm these days & all the pics! I especially love those, thank you for taking the time to do this for us :) I can't wait to see what your project is! If I were to come & visit your home, first I would want a tour of the farm & a visit with all your feathered & furry friends...then I think maybe just some sitting' and craftin' would be fun...maybe sew some hexies for a Grandma's Flower Garden, or knit up a dishcloth...the needles would be flying. I'd love to hear all about your craft pattern business & see your fabric stash too. Thanks for the give-away.
    Smiles, DianeM :)

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