Monthly Archives: November 2007

Daily Bread Details – Part Deaux

(Click here for Part 1.) So you’ve gotten some shut-eye, shipped the kids off to the schoolbus, and now you get to greet your little creation:Coochey-coochey-coo, isn’t it adorable? It seems like they grow up overnight, doesn’t it? Time to … Continue reading

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Daily Bread Details – Part 1

This daily bread recipe is fantastically elegant in it’s simplicity. I usually start it before bed and finish it when I wake up. But you could also start it in the morning and finish it after work. Whatever timing works … Continue reading

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Loaded, the back story

So I’m at work (which means I’m here at home, upstairs in my office at my work computer). My office window overlooks the creek and pasture and the road beyond that. And I’m on the phone with my boss, who … Continue reading

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Daily Bread

Thanks to a link over at Fat Guy on a Little Bike last month, I found a great daily bread recipe. I use the mixer method (since I lost the paddle to my bread machine). Very simple to mix up … Continue reading

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Loaded

That is one hard-working little blue tractor! Thank you to all of you that have ordered calendars already! It is so exciting for me. Your support and encouragement in this new endeavor mean so much. I never really explained the … Continue reading

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Diversifying

Every now and again someone will say to me, “You should really turn your blog into a book.” I haven’t the slightest idea what they mean. Just take what I’ve got on the website and transfer it directly into book … Continue reading

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I have to share…

a little brag on our eldest daughter. Read all about it here . The article doesn’t say that out of those 3200+ auditions, only 720 are selected – 180 voices in each choir. Matt and my mom and I attended … Continue reading

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You just never know

what each day is going to bring. In my case, I need to learn to avert my eyes from the kitchen windows. Some days I just don’t want to know what’s going on outside. This particular morning, however, I looked. … Continue reading

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Stockpile (or piled stocks)

80 cornstalk bales, ready for use this winter. The feeder calves have their own diet of premium alfalfa hay and just a bit of corn. So the cornstalks will just be bedding for them (and the pigs). The cows & … Continue reading

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Second harvest

Cleaning off the garden for the year is like getting a second harvest, because most of it can go to the cows or pigs. They really enjoy these “leftovers”! Even though we don’t like Swiss Chard, apparently cattle do. Madeline … Continue reading

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