Monday, October 3, 2022
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Eliza Blue has learned in order to support healthy, sustainable growth above ground, there needs to be an equal amount of growth below ground.

Perhaps enlightenment isn't an antidote to the drudgery of mundane chores. Rather, enlightenment is discovering the joy inherent within these tasks.

A statement her father made near the end of his life is what stays with Judith Sutherland as the standard for a life well-lived.

Judith Sutherland remembers her lifelong friend Patty "Tootie" Garn after her passing.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt thinks it is crucial for those of us who remember some of the “good old days” to get real about some of the pitfalls too.

Judith Sutherland contemplates how some people find a way to quietly build a thriving life with so little.

Children serve as a reminder of years — and time in general — rolling by faster than we otherwise would realize. 

During this time of year, Judith Sutherland misses hearing her dad's invitation to "come ride a few rounds" in the combine with him.

Kym Seabolt does not think that it is not too much to ask our medical providers and their staff to err on the side of kindness.

The feeling of loss comes in many different forms. Judith Sutherland shares her range of emotions, following the loss of two people she held near and dear.