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April Showers May Bring Flowers

Stories about the dos and don’ts of planting have been circulating for ages – and no one really knows what to believe. The Old Farmer’s Almanac is published every year since 1792 with advice and tips on planting for the upcoming seasons of the current year, but how much truth are in the predictions? 638 more words

Lambs Lay With Lions, Lions Lay With Lambs

Looking out the window as they sky shrugs off light

I think about March and the turmoil it brings

Such a rocky month

Especially this last week… 372 more words

Non-Fiction And Poetry

Winter Wolf, Snow Crow, March Moonlight and McDonald's Madness

I have always loved the Farmer’s Almanac – the original, now called  “The OLD Farmer’s Almanac was begun in 1792 and is the oldest continuously published periodical in North America. 1,043 more words

Regular Rural Updates

New Beginnings

I haven’t been on WordPress much lately, so I apologize for not making the rounds of all your wonderful posts, but I’ve been engaged in a much-needed and long overdue activity: job-finding. 948 more words

Quill & Ink

On writing: wanna improve as a writer?

Greetings, Bearers (and writers)!

First of all, a shout out to those who have taken the chance on reading my books and short stories, as well as to those who have decided to check out my nonfiction book… 382 more words

The original hacker's manual

I’m an old-fashioned girl. And, let’s face it, I’m old too. Some of the newfangled stuff out there takes me by surprise, especially when it comes to the language used to explain it. 366 more words

Food

January 12, 2017- Full Wolf Moon and Life with Wolves

The Full Wolf Moon was named by the tribes and villagers in the cold stillness of January because the only sound during the full moon was the howling of wolves in the distance. 328 more words

Lessons From Nature- A Daily Meditation