Monthly Archives: June 2011
I haven’t blogged in a while, primarily because there isn’t much to tell, but also because it is summer, and I live on a farm. Summer on a farm is not a vacation. It’s much better this year since my husband is home, but still a lot of work to be done. I have been writing and editing in the wee hours of the morning, but not working on the website as regularly. I’ll try to add some more stories soon. I decided to add a blog today because last week I had a very exciting moment, that unfortunately turned out to be not such an exciting moment. Continue reading
The absolute best day on the farm that I can recall from that first long hot summer might come as a surprise. It started off as usual, with the morning cow milking, and was followed by a long run outside with my son riding in the stroller. The latter is not that unusual, but certainly always a good way to start the day. It was a bit cooler than average that morning, as well as pleasantly breezy. I remember when we turned around to head back home I saw some dark clouds on the horizon. It was warm enough that a little sprinkle wouldn’t feel too bad right about then, but as we continued the clouds began to build, and darken. I picked up the pace. Continue reading
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