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Going Dancing…

going dancing…at a fancy ball or minuet.  Going dancing, going dancing.  You’ll impress them with your etiquette.

These are pictures from a dance way back in August 2008.  But there is a dance in Nixa tonight.

 

 

We are so excited!!  And Buttercup the jersey cow is coming home this afternoon.  See you Monday.

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8 comments to Going Dancing…

  • Leesie

    I love to dance…any kind of dancing…Enjoy!!!

    Where was Buttercup?

    Buon weekend ;o)

  • Michelle

    I had a jersey named Buttercup,
    I miss her soooo much. Costs too much to feed :o(

  • Gil

    OK, have fun at the dance etc etc but Katie, I must call you out on the Buttercup name thing. I realize you may have had no control over her name BUT… come on! She’ll never be able to get a unique username on Facebook now! There must be thirty cows named Buttercup there already!
    :)
    By the way, do you have an ice cream maker? With all your eggs, milk, and cream, ice cream seems a natural step. Stevia is probably pretty good in real custard ice cream.

  • Buttercup was living in Flemington.

  • Jenna named her. I’ll blame Jenna. We now have a Rosie, a Daisy and a Buttercup. Isn’t that nice? ;)

    We have an ice cream maker Jeff bought years ago because someday we were going to live on a farm. :)

    And, believe me, frozen custard is in our future!!

  • Yup, I’m the namer of the cow.

    See that guy on the floor in the last pic? Over to the left. :D

  • Love your “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” reference…one of my favorite movies!!!

  • Hope you guys have a blast.
    And hooray for another cow! :)

    Jenna, I LOL when I saw that guy, I would have missed it had you not pointed it out! :)

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