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BIBLE STORIES (40): SPECKLED & SPOTTED

There was eventually going to be a time when Jacob would have had it with Laban, and demand to leave. What I’m sure both of them didn’t know was the terms and conditions, and whether the circumstances surrounding their going separate ways will be acrimonious or not. 1,289 more words

Life

Adding to Our Flock

A few months after our first group of chickens had settled in, we decided that maybe it was time to expand.  We were averaging several eggs a day throughout the winter and wanted to increase our output.  862 more words

seagulls, early autumn

to hold me
return
the seagulls
dreaming
above my
dreams
dreams
sounding of
cellos
walking home
I’m tired
but
crisp wind
through red
limbs
are… 55 more words

Thoughts

Our First Chickens

When we first started talking about homesteading and becoming self-sufficient, getting a small flock of egg-laying chickens was very high on our wish list.  As pets, they’re cute, fluffy and amusing to watch.  760 more words

Wings - from pensitivity #writephoto

Sue’s photoprompt this week opens up many ideas in my mind.
Often on our walks in the woods in Lincolnshire we would see scenes like this, 62 more words

Photography
“The tireless wind swept across the green land. It came driving inland from the sea, herding a flock of rain clouds before it.”
~Morgan Llywelyn (Lion of Ireland)
Literature

Tomato Tuesday: Yaponskiy Trufel Chernyi

One of my favorite tomatoes last season was the Japanese Trifele Black.  After growing my first Cherokee Purple a few seasons ago, a lucky find from home depot, I was amazed by the depth of flavor, it was the tomato flavor I’ve been searching years for. 312 more words

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