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Looping.

In this undated photograph, probably taken in the 1930s or ’40s, shows children and adults — four African-American — looping, or tying green tobacco leaves to sticks for drying. 30 more words

Wilson County

Venison Meatballs

Paul and I are avid hunters. In fact, this is one of the things we really liked about one another, and before we were married many of our dates took place in the woods on the hunt. 269 more words

Recipes

Mr. Yuck

If you’ve been to the White River Amphitheater, you’ve been within five miles of the most aggressively cared for cannabis plants in Washington. Mad Mark might argue in the world. 866 more words

Recreational Cannabis

She calls them dandy-blows.

Toddler malapropisms are just the best, right?

Please share your favorites with the class in the comments.

Babystar says actually instead of accidentally. So we hear a lot of ‘I actually dropped my crayon!’ and ‘I actually bumped my leg!’ Like she simply cannot believe what is happening. 112 more words

Momlife

Ellie Hugged a Display, Mechanics are Frustrating and My Cat Brought a Mouse IN!

     So yesterday I did the once a week run to town. I plan my meals ahead so I can gather everything I need in one big trip and have it over with. 1,378 more words

Cow Farming And Toddlerhood

Homestead Hack #3: Paint Your Tools!

If you’ve had any metal outdoor tool for a while, you’ll know that eventually the shiny factory sheen starts to fade and the metal begins to pick-up a dingy, brown, earthen hue. 163 more words

Homesteading