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The Moringa Mission

First of all, the answers to our game! Thanks a lot to the two courageous participants :)

No, we did not grow any drugs, the trees are: 717 more words

Costa Rica

Friday Pictures- Around Green Prairie Farm

It has been a whirlwind of activity around the farm. The kids just completed the Weld County Fair and the Southeast Weld County Fair. My son had a robotics project that went to State Fair as well. 137 more words


Tu Sei Italiana: Discovering My Distant Relatives in Italy

Pre-trip nerves

When I booked my flight to Italy, I was only sure of one thing: I had a cousin in Forli. She was the same nomadic, inspiring woman who had previously lived with us in Canada a couple years ago, until she decided a year was sufficient in the Great White North, and moved back to warm, sunny Italy. 1,654 more words


An Introduction

“Your blog would be epic”.

When I first mentioned the idea of writing a blog in a post on Instagram, this is one of the comments that a follower made. 441 more words


Chapter 2 - Going Back

Frank Larue was weary from the ten hour drive back to his hometown of Tekamah, Nebraska north of Omaha. He swore he would never return. Too many bad memories. 823 more words

Book Reviewers

I can do hard things.

Jeremiah pulled the covers back and kissed me goodbye at about 7:30.  I was still in bed, unmotivated to get up and start my Sunday. 1,447 more words

Fourth Generation Farmgirl reblogged this on fourth generation farmgirl and commented:

Please take a few minutes to read a moving and inspiring post by a fellow farmgirl. Cherity, the author of Almost Farmgirl, has written a wonderful post about the challenges as well as the charms of farm life. She shares a story regarding a particularly difficult time on her farm as well as her tenacious and hopeful attitude toward it. Cherity articulates what we all need to remember at times like these: "We can do hard things." A beautiful lesson, indeed. Thanks for sharing, Cherity! :)

Jalapeño Jelly :)

We’ve had a great crop of jalapeños this year. So, I thought I’d attempt jalapeño jelly for the first time. It was no more difficult than any other jelly, but since my skin is pretty sensitive to jalapeños and I had to stir it for 10 minutes while it boiled, my hands are burning. 26 more words