Month: November 2012

Missing Books and Memories: Miller Farm Friday

Before the school year started, I alphabetized my books in my classroom to make it easier to find what I wanted for each class.   Imagine my consternation when I went to pull “Six Little Ducks” and it was… Read More

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Turkey Pitching Day

Last Thursday many in the U.S. sat down at tables loaded with enough food to feed a third world country for a week. And we had leftovers. The best part of Thanksgiving to me. I love the smell of… Read More

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Raiding Possums, Scary Times at the Miller Farm

I have a confession to make. Sometimes, especially if it is raining, we do not close the door to the chicken coop at night. The chickens don’t know the difference and some nights we are just too tired… Read More

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Grateful for YOU

I’m thankful that in this great big blog world we have connected. If you’ve read my about page, you know I’m a writer and an antiques dealer/collector. Ephemeron fascinates me. That’s why I chose this particular greeting today. Not… Read More

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Bedlam in the Chicken Yard-Miller Farm Friday

I looked out the kitchen window last evening and saw a rooster about 5 feet off the ground on top of the quail cage in the middle of the chicken yard. This would not be a problem if… Read More

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Monday Motivation: Lending a Hand or a $

Mondays are usually blogs to motivate writers. Today I’m deviating a bit. I live on the Texas gulf coast. I’ve seen lots and lots of storms. Big hurricanes, little hurricanes, and tropical storms that did more damage than any hurricane…. Read More

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Miller Farm Friday: Bees in the Bonnet

Well the inevitable finally happened – I got stung by a bee. I really can’t blame the bee. It flew into my hair while I was filling the chicken waterer and it got lost. The bee panicked and burrowed… Read More

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