Tuesday, May 24, 2016

An interview with a blind man and respected broom maker changed Sutherland's approach to writing narratives. It was a story worth telling in her hometown.
girl and sunset over farmland

We had lots of ways to build character on those farms, the land so wide open we could explore a new section every day.
American flag with light shining through it

It goes without saying: Every veteran deserves our respect and gratitude. Medical care, without delay, should not be yet another battle our veterans have to fight.
farmer by tractor

Farmers do more, and more responsibly, than most of us know.
Dorset sheep

Doris the Dorset is always finding her way out her pen.

Farm accidents hit home for rural families.

We hold little control over such monumental matters like water, whether it is the lack of a natural resource or the deluge and devastation of far too much of it.

The encounter was chilling, but we both knew what to do.

First school bus ride to school is a memory in the making.

Many farmhands passed through our farm and each one became a part of our family. They were like brothers growing up, and I have fond memories with each of them.
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