Tag: Chicken Wrangler Sara

Candy Corn Fan Club

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I’ve discovered there are two kinds of people in the world – those who love candy corn and those who don’t.  Guess which group includes me. <grin> I wrote a Candy Corn… Read More

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Rooster Dishes

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara A friend of mine recently found herself in possession of a set of rooster dishes. She immediately thought of me and called to see if I was interested. We still have most… Read More

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Grumpy Chicken

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara It is not uncommon to get pecked on the hand while gathering eggs. This can be very disconcerting at first but I am not bothered by it much anymore – except for… Read More

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The Power of Not Thinking

 A Guest Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara  I have often heard people speak of “the power of positive thinking.” However, I’ve become convinced lately that there is, at times, even greater power in “not thinking.” For example, when… Read More

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Non-morning Crew

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara It is a well known fact that people can be divided into two groups:  morning people and non-morning people.  There are some of each in my family. I happen to be the… Read More

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Quiet on the Farm

A  Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I developed a great system for feeding the ducks who, by the way, eat cat food. During the day if I threw it out, the chickens would eat it.  If I waited… Read More

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Feeding Chickens – Like Feeding Children

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara When I open the back door each morning the chickens run to the fence and begin squawking “Feed me, feed me, I’m starving.” This continues as I fill the feed bucket and… Read More

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My Life in Songs, Part 2

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara   The duck population on Miller Farm has increased to five. Filling their duck pool is the highlight of my week. They are so fun to watch as they take turns getting… Read More

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My life in Songs, Part 1

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I recently started a new job teaching music at a charter school near my house.  The private school where I taught for the past 10 years closed at the beginning of July. … Read More

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It’s Time to PAUSE

On a recent road trip together, Chicken Wrangler Sara and I were discussing an editorial titled “Head Space” by Stephen Orr in the August edition of Better Homes and Garden magazine. Orr pointed out that everywhere you look… Read More

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