Tag: Judythe Morgan

Discouraging carpenter bees and evil spirits

We noticed lots of bees when we bought our house in the spring last year. Having never seen them before, the large black bodies hovering near our faces was scary. Beekeeper Brian assured us male carpenter bees were… Read More

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Changing Colors?

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I came home one day to find a lizard on the fence post. It caught my eye because it was bright green. A week later I saw a brown lizard on the… Read More

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Holley Gerth on Our Story

With special thanks to Holley Gerth for her gracious generosity in sharing her beautiful graphics.

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The Return of the Hummingbirds

One of the things we love about the house we bought on our return to Texas was the certification as a Wildlife Habitat House. Maintaining that environment became our goal as we settled in. We had an unusually… Read More

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Finishing Strong

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara The school where I teach has a long tradition of celebrating May Day including a May Pole. The kids learn to skip around the pole holding streamers as music plays.  At the… Read More

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Pat Conroy on Goodness

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A Tale of Canna Lilies and Irises

The urge to dig in the dirt attacks me every spring no matter where I live. I miss certain elements of all my gardens. Things like the columbine and poppies of Colorado, Tennessee irises, rhododendron in Connecticut, and… Read More

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Garrison Keillor on Reading

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My Favorite Poem

April has been National Poetry Month. All month Poets.org has provided opportunities and activities to celebrate poetry and poets. I couldn’t let the celebration pass without posting one of my favorite poems about a realio, trulio, little pet… Read More

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Make Way for Ducklings

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I arrived home from Bible Study last Monday and Rachel told me, “The ducklings are in the furthest Bantam run.” To be fair, she had asked about getting ducks. I had just… Read More

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