1000 Bright yellow stars


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Today’s first post is a “Thank you to all”, I have reached a 1000 followers. The number itself is a measurement that does not depict all of the great blogs that have come through my site. Some of you I have found on my own, but most of you stopped here before I discovered you. There is so much beauty and strength in all of us. Like above, one butter cup by itself does not stand out much. When we add ourselves to the equation, we make this blogging site brighter and more beautiful. Again, thank you to all and keep clicking and shinning ever so bright.

Special thanks to Barbara at http://sweetdreamscreations.wordpress.com for being my 1ooo’s follower! She’s got great recipes and a wonderful little blog going on.

9 comments
  1. Congratulations on your well-deserved success, and thanks for all your wonderful posts. I do not often leave comments but I am always delighted by your photographs.

  2. ksbeth said:

    congrats and i look forward to more –

  3. Congratulations Michael and for sure we will continue to visit you with a great pleasure.
    I could not reach you blog these two past days.. so I did not replied to you com yet but I’ll do!!

  4. Congratulations, Michael. I love your photos and it’s pretty clear that a whole lot of others do too.

  5. Barbara said:

    Thanks Michael! So happy to have been your 1000th visitor! 😉 Your photos are beautiful.

    • Your welcome, I’m glad you like them.
      To continue from are earlier comments: I like the names you have given your animals. Only a few of are animals have names. The five geese we have along with some of the muscovys and ducks have name. Some of the younger animals have made it on to my blog (not many) and we have 37 chickens including 4 roosters.

      • Barbara said:

        Wow! You have quite a little farm going! All my chickens have names except for the Rhode Island Reds its very hard to tell them apart so I just call them all mama. We won’t be having anymore dogs, its too hard when you loose them. We’re still grieving over our Boxer Hooch that we had to put down in Sept. Everything will be of the outdoor variety now, chickens and farm kittens (only 2) would love to have a duck or two and a goat but my hubby says no. 😦
        Your photography is great.
        God Bless

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