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Weekend Update and Another Happy Birthday

First of all, everyone was able to “name that gray” in the last post. It was indeed Sebastian, the connemara/irish draught cross. He is adorable and has the cutest personality to go along with his looks.

Jason and I had a busy but very nice weekend. Jason worked hard Friday and Saturday to finish up all of the bush hogging that needed to be done. He was very glad to finish that job on Saturday, service the bush hog, and put it away for at least a few weeks. He then followed that up with everyone’s favorite job around here, fence board repair. Have I mentioned lately how much I dislike wood fencing?? Friday was also farrier day so we had constant activity around here all day.

Sunday was especially fun because we spent the afternoon celebrating my grandfather’s 92nd birthday! He has been blessed not only with a long life but amazing health and he still takes a big trip every year. He has travelled around the world and continues to do so. I hope I inherited not only his longevity and health but also his passion for living. He is an amazing man, the nicest person you could ever meet and is loved by many. Happy Birthday Grandaddy!

I’m going to wrap this up with a few pictures and head to bed. It has been a fun but long weekend and I’m ready for some sleep!

Jason and I with my Grandfather

Trillion and Sebastian enjoying a grooming session

#jason #offthefarm #weekendupdate

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