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Summer goes by quietly at our farm

Thursday, August 26, 2010

There are so few things we can hold on to, no matter how tight our grip. Summer is most definitely passing for another year. I watched from the back pasture as a huge flock of geese gathered overhead, some flying in from the north, another flock joining them from the east. As I walked back […]

Childhood storyteller lived life right at home

Thursday, August 12, 2010

With the heat and humidity bordering on torture, after the chores were done and all the animals well watered, my hubby and I decided a ride in an air-conditioned truck sounded like a great idea. We both agreed the longer the ride, the better. If that truck decided to stop at an ice cream shop […]

Every town should have one…

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Last week, I wrote of my lucky find at the Jeromesville Homecoming, landing the top bid on my father’s senior high school yearbook. I need to give credit where credit is due. The opportunity to even bid on such an item would never have presented itself without the kind heart and the keen eye of […]

Yearbook awakens memories of small town life

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Sometimes, the smallest contribution pays big dividends. This past Saturday my hometown held its annual homecoming festivities. Though it was hotter than blue blazes, I just had to venture down the hill to the park to be a part of the day. After chatting with friends and family, I went to see what was being […]

Lesson learned during relaxing weekend get-away: Never say never

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Sometimes, it is hard to imagine a different life, the possibility of the sun shining just as brightly in an entirely new place. No retirement My hubby has always said he has no desire to retire — he loves what he does, he is constantly challenged in a great way every single day. It has […]

A picture is path for memory lane

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Old photographs, especially those discovered which had never been seen, are like a happily successful archeological dig. There is nothing more exciting to me than this kind of find. Kitty Sutherland, married to my husband’s older brother Dick, urged us to come see something that she knew we would be thrilled to share. As she […]

Set for fun with Clover and Alfalfa

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Farm and Dairy Columnist While all of our neighbors were busy in the hay fields, we were finding a unique new way to add timothy and alfalfa to clover. Maybe I’d better start at the beginning. Remember my present? Last Christmas, my wish list included a swing, hanging from a good, sturdy limb, and a […]

Summer leaves indelible memories

Thursday, July 1, 2010

“The wise will start each day with the thought, ‘Fortune gives us nothing which we can really own.’” — Seneca The full moon and an amazing summer night sky filled with brilliant stars seemed to shine just for us this past weekend as we gathered for the incredible annual summer neighborhood party. Summer party Mike […]

Two friends, a world apart? Or not?

Thursday, June 17, 2010

On Saturday, a dear friend who lives in Tampa sent me a quick message, saying she and her hubby were going to drive out to the beach to enjoy the beauty of that amazing place before it is no longer perfect. It was a hot day, and Candy really hates the heat, but this was […]

Is it puppy or horse love? Spring has arrived

Thursday, May 27, 2010

There were all sorts of signs. One by one these signs sort of tapped me on the shoulder, trying to get my attention. My husband has fallen in love. There seems to be nothing I can do about it. I met her, and I have to admit, I see the fascination. Young love The sweet […]

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