Friday, August 26, 2016

Sometimes life is full of amazing little surprises, though it takes a bit of looking to find the best ones. For those of you who have read my column for many years, you might recall that my family endured a house fire in the winter of 2000.

It will soon be two years ago that my husband was injured in a car accident when a woman ran a stop sign and turned his full-size truck completely around in the road, fracturing a vertebrae in his mid-back.

Each day we wander the Vermont woods for an hour or two. I love the leave-taking, the sound of the goats' bells. Herding is...

After my recent Farm and Dairy column in which I dreamed of joining Diane, Peggy, Kathy and Janet as the fifth singing Lennon Sister, I received more comments and compliments than I've had in a very long time.

I was in the early grades when we started studying the states, and I was offended that the brightly colored symbols on the state...

At the ripe old age of 8, I decided I wanted to be one of the Lennon sisters. It occurred to me that I...

By JUDITH SUTHERLANDFarm and Dairy columnistWhen the sunshine warms the golden curls of the golden boy, there is a halo of blessing that burns...

“He was a success because he studied the business with great care and was able to give a logical reason for everything he did....

If Emerson had not lived and died in the 1800s, I would have sworn he was writing his success credo about Bill Cameron. Cameron takes the very first one of these points and lives it full-tilt.

(Editor’s note: With a busy season and remodeling projects under way, guest columnist and fainting goat Ms. O’Malley is taking a turn filling in...
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