Mine has got to be the Budweiser with the Clydesdale running towards his former owner. It brought back a lot of memories for this girl. Good ‘ol growing up on the farm memories.
Back in my younger days I was in 4-H and showed sheep. If you don’t know what either of those things are google it. Anyways I had this one lamb that LOVED to be led around the yard practicing for the fair. For the record most of them hated it and it provided daily frustration and me more or less dragging the sheep around the yard until they learned what to do. Probably amusing for those watching, but not for me.
Not this one. It would run up to the gate, jump up on the fence and wait for the halter around its head. I still remember it to this day. There’s just something about the feeling of having a relationship with an animal. Kind of like that Clydesdale. After remembering this I might have to go get a dog….we’ll see if the hubby agrees!
*EDIT* Well that’s what I get for writing this BEFORE the game was done. As you just read I grew up on a farm. Dodge you spoke straight to my heart. Those cracked hands reminded me of my Dad’s. Years of fixing tractors, making fence, caring for lambs, and never to busy to take his daughter’s hand and walk to the barn together. Proud to be a farmer’s daughter. Best commercial ever. End of story.
Oh the recipe? Here it is! Pretty much the best comfort dish in the world. We’ve been making this one for years and it comes from my sister-in-laws kitchen. Plus you can even make it in the Crock-Pot if you want it done when you come home!
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