That is soooo exciting!!!They are so yummy too. :)
Wow--that picture brings back some good memories! Just change the game to squirrel :)Congratulations to James! Have y'all cooked it up yet? Hope y'all are keeping warm and the pipes thawed out,Matthew
Gulp! I was not prepared for that! Tell James I said congratulation! I know I have some big guys here in the city that wish they could have gone with him! I am so glad to see you posting! Missed your posts!
So glad to see you posting again! Love the updates on your family. I'm glad your kids have hobbies they enjoy but just some feedback from this reader (and you don't need to post this if you find it offensive or rude) - I also wasn't really prepared to see hunting pictures. I don't recall you posting those in the past and, as an animal lover (which I know you are) and a vegetarian, It is actually a bit off-putting. I am hoping that your children and family hunt for food rather than purely sport and that they are taught to respect the whole animal and the way it has died. A post on this might be really helpful for people like me to understand. I hope you don't mind the frank feedback.
Stephanie...Thanks for visiting the blog, I'll try and do a post on our views of hunting...which is for food not sport. I didn't find your comment rude at all, your just curious.Blessings~Laura
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