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Monthly Archives: December 2005
Blessings to you all.
Molasses cookies are my favorite kind – the soft ones, not the crispy ones. I usually only make them at Christmas time. Because I work from home, having baked goodies around is only asking for trouble. And weight gain. But … Continue reading
Mother Nature has given us quite the show this week. I’ll send you over to The Farmers Wife to read her poetic description of the hoarfrost. Spectacular.
The pumpkin farm that gives us their unsold pumpkins for animal feed had another load of pumpkins for us last week. When Matt and Olivia went to pick them up they also came home with a box of popcorn ears … Continue reading
This snow chick has her purse and is all set to take the sled to town. She’s one of Olivia’s creations.
Here is the winter version of my favorite tree. I snapped this on a frosty morning earlier this week, right before 8 inches of snow dumped on us. Click to see the tree in fall and summer . The pine … Continue reading
I don’t know that I’ve ever posted a picture of myself on this blog, so here’s one I took of myself in the dining room mirror getting bundled up to go out and feed chickens. I guess I finally reached … Continue reading
Edited to add: you can reach me by email: kmiller70 (at) osage (dot) net One of the questions asked at the Grow Your Small Market Farm class was, what’s your secondary market? Penny, our instructor, didn’t like our answer of … Continue reading
It snowed some more today. Just looking at the cows standing out in it makes me cold. The pigs stick indoors, only coming out to eat, but the cows prefer to eat their way to warmth. That crabby cow looking … Continue reading