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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Chats On The Farmhouse Porch - 01/21/2014

I love sitting on the porch chatting with Patrice! :)

1.  How many seed catalogs have arrived at your home?

I have received five or six but have only kept one. The rest have been passed on to others. I do have sproutage in my winter garden. Living in Arizona has its perks!

2.  Will you be learning to do something new this year?

I'm hoping to learn to quilt this year.

3.  How many pairs of boots do you own? (This can include casual, dressy, hiking, farm, riding, snow, or any other kind of boot.)

Wait a minute, I have to go count...NINE!?! And, of course, that doesn't count my shoes!

4.  Valentine's Day is just around the corner. There are decorations in the stores. Do you have anything planned for Valentine's Day?

I usually just make Jerry a nice dinner and some kind of special dessert, chocolate of course.

5.  Please tell me your favorite breeds of dogs. If you don't like dogs, tell me something about a favorite animal. (Please. :)

My favorite breeds of dogs are Yorkshire Terriers and Irish Wolfhounds, what an extreme, eh? ;)

To see what others are chatting about, stop by and see Patrice!


TexWisGirl said...

laughing at your dog breeds! you'd like my neighbor's spoiled monster yorkie. :)

Phoebes World said...

Quilting is something I would like to try. Ive seen so many pretty things that quilters have made
Thank you for sharing your answers
Phoebe x

Kristina said...

I went over and visited Patrice. Nice questions.

Cath said...

Both are great dogs

Our Neck of the Woods said...

David loves Irish Wolfhounds! Maybe we'll have one someday :) I've been getting lots of seed catalogs lately and just ordered my seeds from Baker Creek in MO. I see you have one of their seed packets! :)

Patrice said...

I agree with you about Irish Wolfhounds. My daughter is a Celtic Harpist. When we were at the local Celtic Festival, there was a guiy with a pair of Wolfhounds. They were amazing. I am very tall. I like a dog that I don't need to bend down to pet.:P They looked so regal in their tartan collars.

Liz said...

I sit and dream about spring looking through those seed catalogs. Good luck with quilting. Something I would like to learn too.

Suzanne McClendon said...

So many folks have said they like Irish wolfhounds that I had to look it up to see what they look like. They are so furry that they'd surely keep their masters warm on a cold night.

Have a great week!


Good luck with your quilt aspiration!! I made one in my entire 6+ decades, and that ONE is the last one too. LOL

I too love, just LOVE the Yorkshire Terriers.

Robyn Goddard said...

Sprouting plants in January sounds refreshing, Candy. Much more exciting than below zero temps and wind in South Dakota.

They say quilting is addicting. I hope you share your learning curve with us.

I have 4 pair of boots. 2 good pair, I chore pair and a pair I bought in high school that I don't wear much.

I think we have friends coming to visit us V-Day weekend. I already found the perfect card to give J!

Yorkies are cute and fun. I am pretty loyal to my Boston Terriers.

Anonymous said...

I always forget about these farm chats, but they are so much fun. Hope you will keep us updated on that quilting.

Marie said...

Oh, I just can't even think about seeds right now! You'll understand why when you see an upcoming post. I'm pretty discouraged! My favorite dog is a Rhodesian Ridgeback, and I also love Irish setters and Irish wolfhounds and other large breeds...I really don't know why.