Monthly Archives: August 2011

Turtles and Picnics

Today was so pretty after all the storms and heat of this summer, so when we saw a turtle valiantly trying to cross the road on our way home we stopped to pick him up. So, since it was such … Continue reading

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An Old House

There was once ….an old house All alone, ….forgotten Memories drift, ….through the broken windows Alone… forevermore

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Clean Up

Yesterday was spent cleaning up from hurricane Irene, or at least starting to. It’s always a long process to do clean-up as well as the typical daily chores. I have been behind since forever! Today I need to make a … Continue reading

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Hurricane Irene Has Hit

Hurricane Irene is sending wind and rain to us, making the house shake on it’s foundation and causing 100-year old trees to bend and break. Flooding rains in some parts of the county and wind gusts up to 65mph have … Continue reading

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Hay Manger for My Nigerian Dwarfs

I have experimented with many different homemade hay mangers for my goats. Since using Chaffhaye I have mostly just used buckets, but buckets can be dangerous if heads get stuck, so today I bit the bullet and decided to make … Continue reading

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Excitement!

Today was full of things! First, Jameson has been pouring over science books on the earth and things like volcanoes, earthquakes, tectonic plates, and such. He is extremely interested in them. JJ had battles on the floor with the lego … Continue reading

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Air-born

Today the kids and I ran outside to watch the crop duster pass over us again and again. I took these photos, and couldn’t resist sharing them.

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