MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM POT HOLE FARM

Friday

Linda

Merry Christmas From Pot Hole Farm

All is quiet here at Pot Hole Farm on this snowy Christmas Eve.

The house is decorated in fine array and the lights are lit on the tree.

Sonny’s work socks are hung by the fire to dry,

And he’s hoping St. Nick doesn’t put a lump of coal inside.

Ruby’s waiting patiently to receive a new ball or bone.

Annie’s hoping Santa will regift Moby to another home.

The chickens are tucked in all snug in their coop,

They’ll be happy with some corn scratch and a clean place to poop.

Linda’s sipping coffee and updating the daily blog,

Sonny will join her with a cup, once he’s brought in a load of logs.

Ruby’s ears are perked, she hears sleigh bells,

Good night too all and and have a blessed Noel.

Remember the star above a little manger with hay,

Where our King and Savior so sweetly lay.

Merry Christmas and a Happy Happy New Year to you all!

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3 Responses to MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM POT HOLE FARM

  1. Rich Wilson says:

    Merry Christmas to you both and Happy New Year as well. Mom said she received a card from you at her house … sorry I haven’t sent the same. All the best for the holidays – Sincerely

  2. James Bates says:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, as frosty the snowman would say…..

    I still think you could write a bestseller about Pot Hole Farm, incooperate your wonderful blogs with the efforts and struggles of being off the grid. Almost like a two fold purpose or story…(of course leave off any clues that might plot a course for unwanted guests or snoops, being how famous you will be)

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