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King of the Chicken Yard

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara It is very interesting to watch the relational dynamics of the chicken yard. I have a whole new understanding of the term “pecking order.” There is a specific spot for each hen… Read More

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Words about Wind – Churchill

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The Ides of March – A Time to be Cautious?

Thanks to high school English classes where William Shakespeare is required reading the phrase The Ides of March can conjure prophecies of doom and a need for caution. Even if you’ve never read Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, you’re probably… Read More

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Well, Help Yourself

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Since we have several different feed pans and different pens of chickens, I have developed a system for feeding the birds in the mornings. I tend to work clockwise. I throw feed… Read More

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Words about Wind – Longfellow

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Independence and Texas

Last weekend there were big doings here in the Lone Star State. Folks ate lots of barbecue and chili and/or Tex-Mex and Mexican food. Many indulged in a Shiner Bock and Lone Star beers. And, of course, pecan… Read More

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New Olympic Event

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara We have had a great deal of rain around here lately. I don’t mean to complain. After many years of drought, the rain is appreciated. However, it does present some unique challenges… Read More

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Words from Mount Rushmore – Abraham Lincoln

All month we’ve honored Presidents Day with Wednesday’s Words of Wisdom from the Mount Rushmore presidents. Today’s words come from President Abraham Lincoln, the last face on the right.Mount Rushmore is known as the “Shrine of Democracy,” an… Read More

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Happy Blogiversary!

Anniversaries mark accomplishments and are fun to commemorate. This month I celebrate my blogiversary. On February 24, 2012, I published my first blog with WordPress.com. You can read that very first blog, here. My original plan was to… Read More

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Sticky Note Wars

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I’ve always known musicians are a unique bunch. The longer I teach piano, the more I realize how early the uniqueness begins. This fall I started a new student who is also… Read More

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