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Consciously acting: Being outside our comfort zone teaches us about ourselves

It’s bitterly cold today, very windy with big grey-white clouds moving quickly past my living room windows. It’s rather foreboding actually, if you’re not used to winter that is. 716 more words

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I'M STILL ALIVE

FINALLY, SOME SPARE TIME !

Wow wee, a lot has happened over the last few weeks.  I just don’t seem to have had much spare time at all to do a post on my blog.   574 more words

Family Stuff

and then there were four

Last week one of our chickens died. Her demise was very sudden. One day, she was eating and behaving just like the others, the next she was off her food and listless. 309 more words

Our Animals

As June Gives Way to July -- Pausing to Give Thanks

Is it really July already? For some reason, I thought June would continue on for a while longer. It was jam packed with so many special events and days. 510 more words

The Farm

1648 eggs

A year’s supply from our 5 very productive Livornese hens. That averages out at 137 eggs a month, 32 eggs a week or 4.5 a day. 54 more words

Our Animals

Recording Motherhood: Lost and Found and Reliving Time with my Mother

Last spring, I was blessed with the incredible opportunity of recording an audiobook version of my memoir, Motherhood: Lost and Found. I spent an exciting, fun and intense week up in Syracuse, NY, in early June. 543 more words

Gratitude

Why I love sheep

I’ve had sheep a couple of years now. We got Buttercup and Gypsy when they were just 8 weeks old. We brought them home and just stared at them… for days! 537 more words

Our Animals