Saturday, March 28, 2020

Judith Sutherland shares a column from 2007, about the many uses of twine and duct tape on a dairy farm.
barley field

Judith Sutherland offers some advice for the new year and recommends a book titled Lists to Live By to gain a little perspective.

Judith Sutherland reflects on the joys of seeing her children raise children of their own.
sunset on a hay bale

Judith Sutherland recalls the childhood games she played on the farm of her youth.
Barn and American flag

Judith Sutherland reflects on the disappearance of old barns and the day her great-great-grandfather's was taken down.
snowy barn

Nearly every one of Judith Sutherland's childhood memories of spending time at her grandfather's hold his enormous barn in the landscape of it all.

Judith Sutherland celebrates her granddaughter's first birthday.

Judith Sutherland shares Words to live By according to Regina Brett.

Judith Sutherland shares memories of visits from her aunt Miriam, who lived in Alaska.
American flag

Although Pearl Harbor is becoming farther removed from one generation to the next, for Judith Sutherland's parents, the infamous day was sharp and clear.