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RANCHGAL9
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Thank goodness the week is winding down

Thursday, March 07, 2013

This has been a very long week. And I will be glad to see the weekend and catch up on some extra sleep.
Thanks to all that are reading my blogs. I started this as a committment for the 5% Challenge and I can't believe how much knowing I should/have to blog is helping keep me motivated to continue on with my workouts.

Had a baby calf to feed milk to tonite - somehow he got separated from his Momma - all is well now and they are together in their own little pen, warm and dry and happy. Momma cow spent a lot of time mooing and licking him off, thought she was going to lick his little ears right off she was so happy to see him again.

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  • v JAYNEANN59
    I love baby cows! We animal sat for some friends of ours one time and they had a little calf and it an awesome feeling when it suck on my fingers. They have the most beautiful eyes.

    1204 days ago
  • v SAPHRAEL
    Yeah, I'm wondering how many new bloggers will continue. I love sparking by to hear what you all have to say :)
    1206 days ago
  • v ANATASHIKI
    lol , that is one thing I wish I could see. they must be so cute ! emoticon
    1206 days ago
  • v MA_DIDDLES
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    fun and fit Friday!
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    1206 days ago
  • v TUDI4480
    Glad to hear that you are feeling positively motivated to the 5% Challenge. Go STARS!
    Go RANCHGALS!!

    I am so happy to hear about the calf and its' Mum getting back together in their warm, cozy nest. Nice to think of the calf getting a "licking" in a GOOD way.

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    1206 days ago
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