Category Archives: 30 Days 2015

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#WordlessWednesday: Giving Thanks

Giving Thanks . . . Every sunset holds the promise of another sunrise.

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We interrupt this 30 Days to bring you real life.

I woke to, “Mom! There is literally nothing left in the cupboards.”

Yep and no laundry had been done.

I co-chair the school’s book fair and had spent the week in the gym turned bookstore, helping kids and parents find books, books and more books.  Every day, students filed through pulling handfuls of piggy bank change from their pockets.  They were all so pleased to walk away with something from the book fair.  Continue reading

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Post Double Take: Dad’s Church

Sleeping in is just not part of a farmer’s vocabulary.  Whether it was chores during the week or housecleaning on Saturdays, our bodies unfolded from deep sleep in the wee hours of every day. Sundays were no different.  Although our … Continue reading

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Post Double Take: #WordlessWednesday: Sit Still

Train tracks run east-west about a mile north of our farm. Some say freight trains pass by every 15 minutes during the day.  I’m inclined to agree.  To get to my in-laws place and the farm shop, we have to … Continue reading

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Stepping Out From Under My ‘Holy Umbrella’

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Just three days into this blogging challenge and I woke thinking, “Why? Why do I say I’ll do these things?!”  Facing another full day at the school’s book fair, meal prep for the harvest crew, and finalizing a presentation for … Continue reading

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When A Farm Kid Explains Noah’s Ark

Growing up on a livestock farm gives farm kids a unique look at the life cycle.  I grew up on a hog farm and my parents still have cattle today.  From conception to death, my sister, brother and I saw … Continue reading

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30 Days of Farm Girl Faith

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So begins another 30 day blogging challenge to which I am committing at the last minute of the first day to do so. Here’s hoping something close to 30 posts actually happen.