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Fiber Day

Fiber Day at Bow Little Market was a success.  We had washed fleeces, roving and yarns for sale.  We did rope making demonstrations using baling twine.   67 more words


How Do Your Memories Smell?

My mother died in 1987, when I was eight years old.

My brother was five and my sister was two. Her breast cancer had been discovered too late by condescending doctors who had pooh-poohed her earlier complaints and symptoms, so by the time it was officially caught, the cancer had already begun doing a number on the rest of her body, including, eventually, her spinal fluid. 1,517 more words

Lady Business

Pilgrim Geese

I’m sorry for the lack of posts for the last week: I was out of the city on a family visit in the bosky hills Appalachia. 463 more words


Fathers' Day Out

A farmer and an artist are combining their passions this Fathers Day to present a unique opportunity for Fathers to get out into the country. 319 more words


The Garden

This is my morning in story form…this is for My son who asked me to “read it again at bed time”. And for Elizabeth…

The Garden… 619 more words

The Lang and Cano Family

Where do I even start? These people are not just my friends but family. Travis, Harry, and my husband Christopher were in the United States Marines together. 277 more words

Where I Come From

While I was home last week for a few days I hopped on the gator and did some picture takin’ around the farm. Which has turned into one of my favorite things to do. 247 more words