Wednesday, May 25, 2016

The summer haze has combined with soggy days around this part of the Farm Belt. If weeds were worth something, we all would be rolling in money.

A simple whiff of a unique scent is capable of evoking an age-old set of memories.

I happen to be married to one of them, so I have earned the right to say that every single time I see the picture, my first thought is this: my mother-in-law was a saint!

For kids, summer on the farm is the best time of all!

Dad said there was no greater gift than his children and their children, and raising them on a farm provides the great opportunity to raise children right, with respect and responsibility and a joy in work from an early age.

Columnist Judie Sutherland has no idea how Doris, self-proclaimed queen of the flock, gets out of every fenced-in area. But she does. Again. And Again.

Finding ancestors helped provide family with peace.

The house built by columnist Judie Sutherland's ancestor, Samuel Young, seemed to have a sense of story, if a house is capable of holding such a thing. But it wasn't always a happy story.

Part five: Things got even worse, before they got better.

This neighbor came face-to-face with the robbers and complained that they were taking all of his money.
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