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The Bees Are Eating Our Front Porch

It was something we were totally unprepared for.  In our world, bees made honey.  Sometimes they stung you, but mostly they buzzed around the flowers and made honey.  1,073 more words


// A Farm Girl Note //

so we got a cow. that’s not to say that this is the first cow we have ever had, but the first milk cow. she was officially named reblochen, but we were hastily informed that that was the name of stinky french cheese. 123 more words


The Truth of the Machete

It sits there on the shelf, just gleaming with promises of valor and danger.  The instrument that dates back to the Iron Age and symbolizing man’s struggle against nature.  831 more words


Big Swing's Birthday!

This weekend is my husband’s 42nd birthday. It also happens to be Easter, so family meal is jam packed this weekend. About a year ago my sister-in-law’s boyfriend started called my husband “Big Swing” – cause he’s the “boss” or “El Heffe” or “HMFIC” and I’ve decided after 15 years that when you are the “boss” for long enough It’s hard to not be the “boss” 24/7. 1,080 more words

Family Meal

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More Lambs

Just photos of lambs in the evening.

Jacob Sheep