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Summertime (& why I’ve been MIA)

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You GUYS!  I know I’ve been absent from the blog for a while, but I’ve been SO summertime busy.  And I know every single one of you Mamas out there know exactly what I mean by that:  I’ve been working in the yard, the garden, the house, catching up on all sorts of things … including school, and trying to get us all… Read more »

Icky, Creepy Things

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I had a post ready to upload yesterday.  It was a fun and light-hearted account of my husband’s and my recent trip to a really cool flea market event in the City, which served as my Mother’s Day gift.  But none of that matters in light of the thing that happened yesterday afternoon … and I decided that I really… Read more »

A Day in the Life

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Spring Flowers

Yesterday was a busy day on The Farm.  We had cattle delivered in the morning, which is always quite a production.  More cows means more water, so a solar pump had to be installed on the water well at the other place to avoid hauling water 2 or 3 times a day.  I’m especially excited about this, as I am… Read more »

What We Do For Family

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This is Georgie.  She is our 6 year old wire-haired Irish Viking dachshund.  Technically, she’s as American as I am, but she closely identifies herself with the Irish.  And the Vikings.  Although, just between you and me – I think she only wants to be a Viking so she can have Kveldsmat, the traditional Viking late afternoon snack …  Anyway,… Read more »

Clouds in My Coffee

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This is the family room I dream about: It’s so light and airy.  It’s clean and bright and soothing …so deliciously clutter free.  <3 And this is my current family room … Okay, not really.  This is a random image I borrowed from PhotoBucket because I’m too embarrassed to show you my real house. Don’t judge.  But my existing family… Read more »