Month: February 2015

Operettas and New Chicks

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara The private school where I teach music does a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta each year and has for the past 37 years.  When I took the job I specified that I could… Read More

4 Ways to Keep Your Productive Faucet Flowing

February is almost over. We’re moving at warp speed through 2015. So how are you doing on those plans and resolutions from New Year’s Day? If you’re like me, that faucet of enthusiasm has slowed to a trickle… Read More

Mythbusting on Miller Farm

By Chicken Wrangler Sara There are many things I have been told throughout my life that I have come to realize are just not true.  For example, I’ve always thought that a bee can only sting someone once… Read More

A Love Affair

Love is in the air. It is, after all, February. I must confess I’ve caught the love bug and I’m having an affair. A love affair with words. Long before I met my husband and shared my heart with… Read More

Chicken Cookies

By Chicken Wrangler Sara Our school secretary/business administrator is a wonderful lady. I’ve always known that the school secretary is the one who runs the school, and that is never truer than in a small private school. When she… Read More

Four Passionate Romantic Gestures

According to French writer François Rabelais, “Gestures, in love, are incomparably more attractive, effective, and valuable than words.” With Valentine’s Day this weekend, I expect romantic gestures will abound. Every year at this time sales of red roses and… Read More

Mutant Bee

by Guest Blogger Chicken Wrangler Sara Last Wednesday was one of those days where there were more things on my to-do list than hours in the day.  I knew this as I was swimming at 5:30am and was… Read More