That Calf Is Back Again

That calf is back again. Therefore, I'm going to have to postpone Tuesday's Question until tomorrow. (which is Wednesday here in the States)

Please forgive me, this is just a strong animal, so it'll take some time for me to free myself, but free myself I will...don't you worry about that- and I will post in the A.M.--watch and see, you know I will. :))

Thanks for stopping by, especially my regular group of Tuesday's Question commenter's, and I promise, I will have a question posted in the morning.

I wish this calf would put my hat on...

(P.S. I'm not going to moderate my comments, so please enjoy my other posts and feel free to leave a comment- I promise, I'll reply as soon as possible. Oh come on, I know you haven't read everything I've written.) :))


Sandee (Comedy +) said...

I've been gone a big hunk of today, but looked as soon as I got home to see if you had a new post in my reader. You did, but not the Tuesday Question. Hope all is well sweetie. See you tomorrow. Big hug and lotsa lovies. :)

Shinade said...

Hi Ann,
Just popping in to say hello. I hope all is well.

As you know I am in the truck and blogging from the road again.

It's not easy. I just now got a decent signal and it's already getting late for me.

Hope all is well with you.

Dawn said...

You are one stubborn lady!
I have no doubt you'll post in the morning :))

Ecard Lover said...

Hi Ann! I like your blog really a nice piece of work. I'm eager to see your next post. Today I've gone through some of your old post and now I guess i'm addicted to come over and over here =)

Ann said...

Sandee, Oh, I'm so sorry, but I love you for it. Big Hug and lots of lovies back to you~


Ann said...

Thank you Jackie, and hello back to you. I'm glad you popped in to say hello, because I have been behind on my comments lately, and this way I can tell you I still love ya. :))

I hope all is well with you too, and be careful on the road, o.k.? I'm sorry you got a decent signal so late. I hope it works better for you tomorrow. Get some rest and as I wrote before be careful.

Big hug, and thanks again Jackie.


Ann said...

Dawn, (LOL) How is it that you know me so well?

Big hugs and lots of lovies,


Ann said...

ecard lover, Thank you so much. You really made my day with your comment.

Wow, and to think you read more than one of my posts. (LOL) And I was blown away when I read that you are addicted, that's fantastic. HeHe

I think I'm addicted to your site too, but I'm not sure if I'm right. Are you from ecards? If you are, then yes, I'm also addicted to your site.

Thanks again for the wonderful compliment, and I hope you have a great week~ :))


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