Month: April 2013

Tipping Point The Final Phase

Our downsizing journey, which began in the fall of 2012, ended on a balmy day in March. Once the truck and van were unloaded, the real fun work began—finding places for all we’d brought with us. Even though… Read More

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My choice for April Poetry Month. What’s yours?

April is National Poetry Month. All month Poets.org has provided opportunites and activities to celebrate poetry and poets. I couldn’t let the celebration pass without posting one of my favorite poems about a realio, trulio, little pet dragon… Read More

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New to Miller Farm

by Guest Blogger Chicken Wrangler Sara Rachel went to a birthday party recently for a set of twins she babysits. Their grandmother wanted to purchase some bantam chicks from Rachel (which of course, she has) so she carried… Read More

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One Word Wednesday – Poetry

April is National Poetry Month. That’s why I chose Poetry for our word today. I read in Cynthia R. Green’s blog “A Mad Obsession’: Poetry on the Brain that poetry is a good way we can keep our brains challenged and… Read More

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Tipping Point Phase 3 – The Saga continues with a hiccup!

Our downsizing journey began in the fall of 2012. If you haven’t been following the saga, you can catch up on Phase 1 and Phase 2. We planned to leave on our new adventure after the New Year and… Read More

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How can we help West, Texas?

 In a week filled with horrific events, West, a small Texas town 19 miles north of Waco, experienced a fiery explosion at the Texas fertilizer plant located there. Fourteen people, mostly volunteer firefighters who rushed to the fire… Read More

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Chivalry in the Chicken World

A Post by Friday’s Guest Blogger Chicken Wrangler Sara Meet Elliot our bantam rooster. He is quite a character and has been assured a place in the flock by having a name.  He does crow, but not loud… Read More

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