Month: July 2016

Writers As Artist

Another poignant quote from Edie Melson to remind writers that we are indeed artists with our words. Thanks, Edie.

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What items work to regift and what doesn’t?

Christmas is officially six months away. It’s time to start thinking about gift giving. For me, that means checking my gift box supply for things to regift. What’s in my gift box? Items I’ve received over the year(s)… Read More

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Richard the Frizzle

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara One of my favorite breeds of chickens is the frizzle. We started with one black bantam frizzle hen named Frizz.  She has always had quite an attitude.  In fact when Rachel tried… Read More

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Keeping Kids Safe When Summer Heats Up

A blog by Guest Blogger Sean MorrisVacations, camping out, trips to the swimming pool and park. Summer is an awesome time, with tons of activities to keep little ones occupied and entertained for hours. But spending time outdoors–where… Read More

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How to use the Freedom Independence Granted

We celebrated our nation’s independence on Monday. An independence that allows us so many freedoms. This graphic from Holly Gerth makes a wonderful suggestion about how we should use those freedoms. Hope you agree.

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Celebrating Independence

I hope everyone is busy enjoying a celebration of our nation’s birthday. Technically, independence was declared on July 2 and the Declaration of Independence wasn’t signed until July 19. But who cares? Today is the day we traditionally… Read More

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King Kaboodle

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara We recently acquired another rooster. The former owners felt like they had too many roosters. I can certainly relate. This one, however, is a crested Polish rooster – a breed which Rachel… Read More

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