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    He is Risen

    It is already Easter weekend, and spring is definitely in bloom. The dogwoods are peeking out throughout the woods, and the sassafras tree is beginning to turn green. Talking to the kids this…

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    Ozarks

    I have never seen the television show Ozark. And yet, I see the Ozarks every day because that’s where we live. As I think about springtime in the Ozarks, I think about fruit…

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    Escape

    My chickies like to rush to greet me and try to follow me all over the farm, probably because they think I have food! This weekend I did give them treats but the…

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    Signs of Spring

    The weather has been warm, and we took the chance to walk the pasture and check some fence lines with family yesterday. The sunshine felt great although discovering the first tick bite of…

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    Warm

    It was a day of picking up sticks around the yard, updating farm bookwork, washing the floors, baking bread, and other typical Saturday chores. I love blue sky farm days especially when I…

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    Bird brains

    while our chickens are fun, and certainly great egg producers. They also are typical bird brains ! yesterday, we moved their coop from one side of the shop to the other. Their food…

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    Winter on the farm

    Winters in the Midwest are unpredictable. One week it might be ice and snow, the next rainy, the next very temperate. One thing I miss in the winter is that we don’t see…

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    Preparations

    as I prepared some extra baking, sourdough loaves, and single pot dinners this week for Chuck, as I am away for our leadership conference, I found comfort in these comfort foods. it is…