Month: May 2017

d’Uccle Chicks

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Among Rachel’s recent acquisition of chicks is a pair of d’Uccles. This breed has very long feathers on its feet. For the longest time, I couldn’t understand what Rachel was saying and… Read More

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Wisdom from Rural America – Plowing

This farmer’s advice is good whether you have a field to plow or a book to write.Quit procrastinating and Just. Do. It.

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Are you a Master or a Captain of your writing?

We use the two terms interchangeably in common use while each has a distinctive nuance and historically the titles represent unique roles in nautical vocabulary. Before standing navies were established, armies used civilian ships to transport soldiers and… Read More

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A Frizzle of a Different Color

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Frizzles are some of my favorite chickens. We had a black one – Frizz – who had the greatest attitude. Now we have Frizz 2 – one of her children. And then… Read More

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Wisdom from Rural America – Watch Your Words

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Writing Mistakes on Social Media

Copy editing is hard. That’s why I use a professional for my novels, but when I write blogs, FB posts, and tweets, I proofread myself. Sometimes that’s a good thing. Sometimes not so good. Recently I ran across… Read More

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New Business Venture

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Recently our local feed store was running a sale – on chickens. Buff orpington hens to be exact. Beekeeper Brian and Rachel figured that if we raise them until they lay eggs… Read More

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