Monday, June 17, 2024
crooked bridge

We will keep our eyes on the big picture. We will seek to engage with what’s going on. Hopefully, in doing so, we will continue to build bridges to people.
sheep in pasture

Rebecca Miller stopped writing at one point this year. She started again, because she could take a breath long enough to put something down in written form.
hands with puzzle

The pandemic is touching the lives of everyone, globally. That knowledge helps put things in perspective for Rebecca Miller.
woman with books

There are different narratives going on right now with the national election, at the expense of the one of the most unique political processes in the world.
dogs at sunrise

This year has ushered in a new tradition for Rebecca Miller: early morning treks with her livestock guardian dogs and sheep.
sunset

When Rebecca Miller's phone rang, it started with a complaint, but turned into a conversation about the struggles of a modern day farmer.
sheep pasture

Farmers need to be nimble and willing to think of all of the angles when it comes to local processing woes, Rebecca Miller says.
flag

One stolen political sign is a sad harbinger of the times for Rebecca Miller.
Sudanese children roast corn

Rebecca Miller ponders county fairs, masks, Africa and what community has to look like in 2020.
sheep and sunset

Rebecca Miller mulls over the dusty rhythm of farming, during a dry July, in the middle of a pandemic.