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What a beautiful rain coming down this morning!  With all the threat of nasty weather last week, I am glad it didn’t turn out to be as bad as they said around these parts.  The rain has caused the pastures ...

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There are lots of peeping chicks here in these parts!  On Saturday, we had lots of fun at the Fordland Swap Meet.  For those of you who have never heard of it, let me tell you about it.  Fordland hosts ...

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It surely is spring!  Out our kitchen windows I see Robins, Blue Jays, Woodpeckers, Juncos, Finches, Chickadees, Titmice, Cardinals and Blue Birds who are collecting nesting material for the four houses we have put out for them.  I am so ...

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I read somewhere that if you have worn your snow boots and your sandals during the same week, you must live in the Ozarks.  I haven’t exactly worn any sandals yet, but I could’ve during some of the beautiful days ...

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Well I didn’t exactly spring forward this past weekend.  It was more like I was being pulled while digging my heels into the dirt and clawing my way in the other direction.  I have issues with everyone telling me it ...

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Last week, finally, we were pleased to find a calf in the barn!  We had a feeling about one of our cows calving first due to the signs, but sometimes you just don’t know for sure.  By the time we ...

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There is a fire crackling away in the wood stove this morning, a warm cup of coffee in my hands and load of laundry drying in the dryer.  The roosters are crowing at the sounds of the dogs making their ...

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“Always winter, never Christmas” is a term that is beginning to circulate around the Ozarks.  It comes from the wonderful book of Narnia.  The world of Narnia is the first thing that came to mind this morning while watching the ...

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I don’t know how much I’m looking forward to the month of February, it always seems to be a month that hangs in mid air without much life of its own.  It is usually a quiet month that allows one ...

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So how many of you have had their fingers just itching to get into the dirt with this January thaw?  I know I have!  I did not give in to it, but instead have been gathering eggs to incubate.  Hatching ...

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