Month: January 2016

Colors

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara  Winter can be a dreary time – particularly in Texas. We don’t get the pretty white scenes, at least where we live. Everything just turns brown.   The closest thing we have… Read More

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Winter’s Rest – John Geddes

Winter will end before we know it. Spring is lurking on the horizon. Days are lengthening. I hope you’ve found rest this winter.

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3 Ways to Exercise at Your Desk

As a writer, I spend hours at my desk. These days too many jobs require much of the work day to be spent sitting in an office at a computer. That’s a problem because, to be fit and… Read More

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Feeling Old

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara My parents bought me the coolest sweater when I was in high school. It has music symbols on it and in all my travels as a music teacher I have never seen… Read More

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Wednesday Words from Martin Luther King, Jr

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Martin Luther King, Jr Day of Service

In 1983, President Ronald Reagan signed legislation designating a federal holiday to honor Martin Luther King, Junior for his accomplishments. Today is that day. Honoring Dr. King’s birthday evolved into a national day of service to encourage citizens… Read More

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Chew Toys

Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara It has been 8 years since we have had a puppy on Miller Farm and now we have two. One major issue I had forgotten was the chewing. They chew on everything. Rachel… Read More

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Wednesday Words of Wisdom

 

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Challenges, not resolutions

January blogs, tweets, and Facebook posts are overloaded with advice and suggestions for resolutions and ways to achieve your goals for New Year. I’m going to join the crowd, but with a twist. I’m not calling these resolutions… Read More

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Tucker’s Disappearing Ball

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara With the arrival of two dachshund puppies on Miller Farm came the arrival of 14,000 puppy toys. Well, maybe not that many but it seemed like that to Tucker, who was not… Read More

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