Month: March 2013

Substitute Chickens

A guest blogger by Chicken Wrangler Sara  I spent one week in south Texas away from home, without my chickens. After only a couple of days, I spent another week away from home. This time heading north to… Read More

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One Word Wednesday – WRITE

WRITE is more than a word for One Word Wednesday. WRITE is meant to motivate. WRITE is a challenge. WRITE.

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I’m drowning in email. Are you?

For two weeks we’ve packed, hauled away unwanted stuff, shared last-time-living-in-the-same-city meals with family and friends, packed our household, loaded a trailer and a U-Haul, and drove one thousand miles to our new home. There was no time to… Read More

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Chickens, Chickens Everywhere!

A Guest Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I recently spent a week in South Texas with Go Mission leaving my beloved chickens in the capable hands of vet-in-training Rachel. The first morning of the trip I was walking… Read More

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Taking a Break

I am taking a break from blog writing today. Well, I’m not taking a real break. I’m actually in the proces of loading a moving truck for the final leg of our tipping point adventure. [More on the… Read More

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Chicken Math

A Guest Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Last week, Whitey – the hen who had the hurt leg and we nursed back to health – was once again walking funny. We knew it couldn’t be a result of… Read More

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One Word Wednesday – EMOTION

The chief goal of a writer is to engage the reader. How do we do that? EMOTION We dig deep within ourselves and find what motivated us and inject that emotion into our characters. I like the way Hemingway… Read More

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Been Hacked? Here’s what to do

Recognize that you are not alone! From the Spamlaws.com site: “Spam accounts for 14.5 billion messages globally per day.” A major portion of spam is generated by hacked email accounts. Being aware of such statistics, we must be diligent. But… Read More

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Greener Grass

A Guest Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara This morning, as I was filling the chicken waterer, I looked up and saw one of our black chickens in the neighbor’s yard. I must confess I can’t blame her. The… Read More

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One Word Wednesday – HOPE

HOPE  With special thanks to Edie Melson for creating this lovely photo to share. May HOPE sing in your heart the rest of this week.

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