Tag: Judythe Morgan

In My Garden – Resurrection Fern

Almost a year ago, we moved back to Texas. Our top priority was to find housing. We were very fortunate and quickly found a place that suited our needs.Not only was the interior exactly what we wanted, the… Read More

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Interruption on Miller Farm

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara A finger injury recently interrupted Life on Miller Farm and it was my finger. The accident happened at the beginning of June but it has taken me a while to process the… Read More

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Words of Wisdom on Dreams -Thoreau

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Gnomes and Google Doodles

Recently, Google’s search engine home page featured a gnome Google Doodle. (Try not to laugh when you say that fast.) If you’re not familiar with the term Google Doodle, it’s the temporary alteration of the logo on Google’s… Read More

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Weed Control

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara A friend in my Bible Study Fellowship class is a gardener. She was talking about weeding one day and I mentioned that I always feed the weeds to my chickens.  They love… Read More

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Words of Wisdom on DREAMS

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People Watching and A Writer’s Eye

I’m an observer. I learned from an early age that the art of observation could be a lifesaver. When I was young, my mother would drive my grandmother and me along with my two siblings downtown where we’d… Read More

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More Duck Tales

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara The ducks must have read last week’s blog (http://judythewriter.com/ducks-to-water) and decided to cooperate with me. Topsy stayed in the pool long enough for me to get a picture. The recent rains have… Read More

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Southern-isms Explained

We took a trip to Iowa for our granddaughter’s college graduation. Earlier in this spring, we attended another granddaughter’s master degree graduation. So proud of our grandchildren. All twelve of them. We stopped on the way to visit… Read More

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Ducks to Water???

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I’m not sure where the phrase “like a duck to water” comes from, but I do know that our ducks have never heard it. They outgrew the pan of water that we… Read More

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