Month: January 2014

Fence Update – Miller Farm Friday

A Guest Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara For those who may have missed the “Under Construction” blog, our neighbors have put up a privacy fence. I don’t believe it was their idea as they are moving. I imagine… Read More

Shiver – One Word Wednesday

We spent last week in Houston, Texas where an uncharacteristic winter ice storm came though. The whole city shutdown. Southerners know how to sweat. Not slip, skate, and slide. My experience is that’s true of ice and rain!… Read More

A Lesson in Fad Collectibles for Investment – Part 1

I’m an avid antiques collector/buyer/seller. Though I’m not so active in the business part of antiques anymore, I am still out there buying for my personal collections, evaluating estates, and doing appraisals. Too often, when I do an estate… Read More

Tales from the Dark Side (of the chicken coop) -Miller Farm Friday

A guest blog by Beekeeper Brian Warning: The following story is a true account; only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. It also contains tales of death. If death of vermin upsets you, STOP reading… Read More

Resolutions Checkup – One Word Wednesday

We’re three weeks into the New Year. How are your resolutions working out? Goal setting reminds me of eating at a cafeteria. All those choices and, as my grandmother would always say when I could barely lift my food… Read More

Ideas for Change on MLKJ Day

Martin Luther King, Jr. preached about justice, empowerment, love and peace. Dr. King believed life’s most persistent and urgent question was ‘What are you doing for others?’ Through his nonviolent activism during the civil rights movement, he changed… Read More

Under Construction – Miller Farm Friday

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Our neighbors are moving.  It is a good thing for them, but sad for us.  It means their house is for sale and real estate agents get grumpy when they have to… Read More