Monthly Archives: July 2010

Finding Their Identity

I’m totally enjoying watching my boys grow, learn, mature, and create and identity of who they are and want to be.  When they were little their wants, needs, likes, and dislikes were all genuine and came from within, but as … Continue reading

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A Family Calendar Transition

As I’ve shared with you in past posts I totally loved the Palm products that I used that where not only a phone, but also and awesome built in customizable calendar with additional desktop software.  Unfortunately the new Palm Pre/Pixi … Continue reading

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Mother Nature's Sense of Humor

Even though we’re now living in Indiana we’re still within the Ohio valley which means the unpredictable weather change at any given time.  Yes, I realize the weather can change at anytime anywhere, but you will never truly understand the … Continue reading

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A Monster in the Basement

No there isn’t any monster in our basement, but it does sound like a perfect title for a childrens’ book if I do say so myself. Seriously though one of the barns we have here on the farm is a … Continue reading

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A Grand Champion Among Us

Our oldest son was finally old enough this year to enter a project or animal in any category he wanted at the County Fair.  Unfortunately he’s a little on the shy side, like I was at his age, and didn’t … Continue reading

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A Daily Sigh of Relief

There are many sighs I make which usually happens when I’m frustrated, but the sigh of relief that is a daily one comes everyday about the same time. While in high school I had plans to get a job, work … Continue reading

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Bottle Feeding a Big Baby

Yes, most of you know that my boys are definitely through the baby stage, so why would I be bottle feeding you may ask.  Well as I wrote in a previous post we have an orphan calf here on the … Continue reading

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Special Spots Around the Farm House

I’ve told you about our dog, Cody, in my post titled The Great White Hunter.  He has turned into a great farm dog, and thankfully one that loves the outdoors.  Thank goodness for that since I’m allergic to dogs. Due … Continue reading

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An Orphan on the Farm

Learning the nature of the cattle which includes that they do better when in a herd because they are community animals, they are curious like kids, they have an internal sense of timing, and they even have challenges when birthing … Continue reading

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The Coolest Movie Night

I’m not sure how long this reincarnation of the drive-in theater has been around, but there’s one close by and it’s never sparked my interest until now.  Most of the drive-ins that I’ve seen are run down and just vacant … Continue reading

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