Monday, April 12, 2021
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Judith Sutherland shares some childhood stories about the impact imagination can have on play time.

Judith Sutherland learned how to be a diplomatic winner and a good loser playing games in the farm house of her youth.

Judith Sutherland's grandson and great-nephew enjoy watching the kicker baler make its way across her western boundary field.

Julie Geiss takes us back to the end of summer sometime in the 1980s, during a time of sibling rivalries and prized Egyptian heirloom tomatoes.

Judith Sutherland recalls things about being a child on a farm in the 1960s that felt almost magical.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt reminisces about how, as a child, it seemed like her mom knew everything.

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

Alan Guebert recalls some of his mother's and grandmother's home remedies for common illnesses and ailments.

Judith Sutherland recalls the childhood games she played on the farm of her youth.

Judith Sutherland reflects on how school shootings and active shooter drills have changed the comfortable atmosphere she recalls from her youth at school.