Month: March 2014

Color Me What Color?

After five years, I’ve decided it’s time to revamp my website. Branding has been a big component of my thought process as I work with a web designer to create an updated site. I’ve written several popular blogs on the topic…. Read More

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Little House by Miller Farm

by Guest Blogger Chicken Wrangler Sara Several weeks ago our new neighbors moved a playhouse into the space between our houses. They intend to move it into the backyard but need to remove the fence and rent a forklift. It’s… Read More

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The Truth about Southern Snakes

 by Guest Blog Contributor Jody Payne The truth is: Snakes down here are very dangerous. One nearly drowned my cousin, twice removed. It’s true. I swanee. This cousin, twice removed, was out fishing on the bayou one evening… Read More

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Flowers – One Word Wednesday

Warm days and chilly mornings hold the promise of spring blooms. I love this e.e.cummings quote and Edie Melson’s photo of the Iris. I’m anxious to hear the earth’s laughter, aren’t you? btw, some of you might have… Read More

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Signs of Spring

Around here, life is stirring from its wintery slumber. Walking the dogs today, I spotted the first sprigs of green popping up through the brown fields. Birds circled looking for our feeders. The mountaintops of the San Juan Mountains… Read More

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Broody Hens – Miller Farm Friday

by Chicken Wrangler Sara Periodically one or more of our hens goes broody.  This means she sits on her eggs with the intent of hatching them. Usually I just reach under her and grab the eggs, explaining that… Read More

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Bye, Bye Winter Bye, Bye

Tomorrow, March 20 spring arrives with the vernal equinox on at 12:57 P.M. EDT. To say good-bye winter, I offer this fabulous Piano Guys video actually filmed on the ice in the snow. Let It Go (Disney’s “Frozen”)… Read More

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Being Irish on St. Patrick’s Day

It’s St. Patrick’s Day. We’re all Irish for  today. Personally, I count myself Irish for the other 364 days since my Irish heritage can be trace through both my mother and father’s parents. I remember the day I… Read More

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Rough Week on Miller Farm

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Last Thursday in the middle of the day I made a grisly discovery—a half-eaten chicken in the chicken yard. I quickly scanned the flock to see who was missing.  All the named… Read More

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Olympians desire to change the world?

A guest blog by  Jody Payne Tonight I crept out of my writer’s cave to hear an interview with an obvious non-athlete at the Olympian Games. He talked of the athlete’s desire to change the world. Excuse me?… Read More

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