Month: December 2013

Merry Christmas 2013

My friend and fellow blogger, Edie Melson posted this free image on her blog on Christmas Eve. I thought it such a great reminder about the true meaning of Christmas I’m sharing with you today. Merry Christmas to… Read More

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Hawk Saga Chapter 2 – Miller Farm Friday

A Guest Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara A hawk is using our chicken coop as an all-you-can-eat buffet.  So far, the predator has carried off two of our bantams and tried to carry off a big hen, but… Read More

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Christmas in Texas

Celebrating Christmas in Texas is different. No snow, no cold, and a few other traditions unique to the Lone Star State. We’re excited to be where we have both snow and cold this year, but memories of our… Read More

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Christmas Customs & Traditions – Christmas Tree

The Christmas tree tradition as we know it today began in Germany in the 16th century. Added lighting began with Martin Luther, the 16th-century Protestant reformer, who was awed brilliance of stars twinkling amidst evergreens, wired tree branches… Read More

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Miller Farm Friday: You Know it is Thanksgiving When…

A Guest Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara The driveway looks like a parking lot – five people, five cars. The living room looks like a dormitory. It was great to have the girls home for the long Thanksgiving… Read More

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Claymation Christmas Celebration – One Word Wednesday

If you’re not familiar with A Claymation Christmas Celebration, you’ve missed a real treat. The television special won a 1988 Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program following its original broadcast on the CBS TV in 1987. It was my youngest daughter’s favorite… Read More

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Christmas Customs and Traditions – Carols and Caroling

Every year, the holidays bring Christmas music playing non-stop through store speakers and on every radio station. Satellite radio devotes entire channels to holiday songs. Cable networks have channels exclusively for holiday music and shows. Christmas carols show up at… Read More

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