TO~further the knowledge of nature, and encourage protection, and conservation of it.
Thank you to all who inspired me, taught me, and appreciated the sharing of my photos and information. My passion for God's creation has grown immensely and I am grateful to have had the opportunity to grow and to continue to grow...
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Saturday, November 22, 2008
an absolutely gorgeously exotic kitten about half the size of Tom, but the same age. So Leo gets to see the vet tomorrow for his check up and worming. I do believe we found a home for him, but no promises made yet. They wanted photos, well they will get them tomorrow...they will want him, how can you not, what a kitten!
He is about the cuddliest kitten I have ever known besides Tom.
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Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
I am a santa collector. I haven't added to my collection in probably about 8yrs or more. An artist friend of mine made these. Joan Sturvant of joandougart on ebay. I can't say enough about these ornaments. The quality is amazing, the olde world feel is very emotional, and they are just such a wonderful addition to my collection.
THANKS JOAN!!! WAITING FOR MORE MORE MORE...
Posted by Robin Armstrong Seeber at 3:18 PM
Friday, November 7, 2008
as many of you know, we "found" a litter of 3wk old kittens that had to be hand fed and bottle fed etc...
well three of them left today to their new homes... one left last week, and TOM, decided he was staying put, he knew he had a good thing going here at the ranch.
Tom follows me to every room, climbs my legs with his talons, sits up under my chin and purrs. He is either sleeping under my feet at the computer or under my chin in my work chair. He has won my heart and fulfills my HIGH MAINTENANCE ATTENTION needs that I have.
meet TINY TOM...my new kidden.
as you can see my papillon, Skeet is not convinced that Tom should become a Seeber.
Posted by Robin Armstrong Seeber at 2:26 PM
hello, I decided since there is a bread line in Washington, I am gonna race and get in on it. My wonderful piece of American heritage is quickly crumbling due to inclement weather and age. It is an 1870's mail pouch barn, that is presently in use for my livestock, mostly horses. If it falls, it could kill or hurt them and then they would have no shelter. I actually put in a claim to my insurance company, and they rejected it. I emailed, called and spoke with many barn people who were not interested in helping. So I decided to plead to Nancy Pelosi, since she has quite a bit of loose and disposable cash, and this would only be around $50,000 to completely restore.
I AM KEEPING MY FINGERS CROSSSED!!!!!! HELP ME BY CROSSING YOURS!!
Dear Nancy Pelosi, November 7, 2008
My name is Robin Armstrong Seeber. I reside on a small farm just west of Pittsburgh, PA, with my family. I moved here about 9yrs ago to finish raising my children by myself. It is an 1870 farm house and Mail Pouch barn, quite a piece of our American heritage. As time has slipped by, money was always reserved for other priorities and my barn has started to fall victim to age and weather conditions.
In researching ways to preserve this piece of history, I found that no one could help me. My last resort is pleading to our great nations govt to help me save this barn. It had some serious wind damage from the last hurricane winds. I had my insurance company out to assess the damage, but said because it is so old, they will not cover it. I cannot afford to lose this barn as I have livestock residing there, plus it would be an eye sore for passersby to see a fallen piece of history.
Can you help me? I found it will take only about $50,000 to completely restore it bringing it back to it’s original condition, and causing it to last another 135 yrs . I will never be able to afford this.
I had nowhere else to turn Nancy. You are my last resort. So I am pleading to you to help if you think you can, if you feel this is important to our Pennsylvania history, and great American heritage. My barn has had many by passers photograph it for a “mail pouch” barn since it has advertised that in the past.
Thank you so much for your time and consideration in this matter,
info removed for security purposes and to make my daughter happy!!
I love her!! thanks for caring mandy..
Posted by Robin Armstrong Seeber at 12:17 PM
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Shanna the bumble bee (and Jack),her hubby Keith the.... um....father of their child...LOL
The happy family, Mandy and her hubby Kevin and my grandbaby Dylan~yeah I can't believe I wrote kevin!! but you know how much trouble i have with my gray matter!!!
Dylan the arresting officer,and his jail birds!
Posted by Robin Armstrong Seeber at 2:53 AM