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Author Archives: Kelli Miller
Happy cows out on spring pasture And as I typed that, I just realized we’ve been in business for 15 years now! Wow. 2019 has been a year of change. Good changes. The biggest one being that I made a … Continue reading
Irene Rachel Helen Oeltjenbruns Mehmen June 8, 1928 – December 25, 2018 My grandma will now forever be our special Christmas angel. It’s hard to imagine our family without its matriarch, the magnet that drew us all together. And yet … Continue reading
I’m guessing Santa might be bringing a few of you an Instant Pot for Christmas, so I thought I’d jump on and share this recipe. I’m beginning to feel a bit like an Instant Pot prophet, but we literally use … Continue reading
We’ve been celebrating the filling-of-the-freezer with pork lately. It’s like Christmas! So I’m going to try and hit you with some of my favorite pork recipes. But first, a story… Over a year-and-a-half ago, Olivia and I did a Whole … Continue reading
After 2 long years, the old cattle shed site is cleaned up and ready for new fencing. Matt took a few days off work to get started on it. I helped him stake out the flags, and did some really … Continue reading
Our Ava passed away yesterday in one of her favorite spots… in the garage in front of the open back door, where she could catch a breeze and keep an eye on the pasture to the west and the driveway … Continue reading
I was thinking about my last post, and my love of storytelling. Our oldest daughter has inherited this, and typically when I answer a phone call from her I hear, “Mom, I have stories.” She then proceeds to give me … Continue reading
The typewriter that started it all for me I mentioned in my last post that I’m exploring the possibilities for a future that will be here sooner or later. Our youngest has started high school. We’ve already got two teenage … Continue reading
the road ahead Hello, it’s been a while. So I thought I’d give an update to any longtime readers that are still hanging around, and my farmers market peeps that I’m not seeing this summer. Taking this year off from … Continue reading