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Miss Vicky: A Midnight at the Farm

It was a hectic day, Wednesday, 12 May 2015 on the spread diagonally opposite Walmart, which didn't come to a close until the middle of the night. Miss Vicky and Kitty enjoyed a Pork Roast & Potatoes Plus, a Vickquil to wash the dust out. Then some rest to face another day.

By Miss Vicky, from the Browning-Pike Farm

Thank you so much for the post for Mom and Gary. I have been so busy I may have forgotten somebody. Out until 11 pm finishing up vaccinating and banding the calves.



They were about to get too big, but it had been so warm in the last few days I hadn't gotten to it and the steers had to go to market Wednesday, I don't guess I will be able to move tomorrow.

Midnight and Miss Kitty and I are having pork roast and potatoes plus and a Vickquil to wash the dust out.

Thanks again, Ed, for being a loyal member of the Miss Victoria faction of the Democrat party. That was about your best one on me. So proud of Miss Linda.

Thanks, as usual, Miss Vicky, for keeping all politically in the inside know - Just remember to send me a list of those Cats on Our Side I need to vote for in this upcoming Democrat primary. Ain't gonna miss that.

Also need address of the Adair County Miss Vicky faction of the Adair County Democrat party Victory Celebration on Tuesday evening after the votes are all counted and we've won every nomination.

It won't be the 'Celebaration' to end all 'Celeberations,' I realize.

That will be, maybe forever, the Party at Gaylon's house after James Brock won the Republican Primary and T.J. Swann was ricked in cases and the theme song of the party was "Heavens Just a Sin Away." Now, 'at was a party.

But that was before the Miss Vicky faction came to power and Adair County gained yet another World Domination Headquarter, maybe the sixth, and the maybe the first in Greater Bliss. - ED


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