My newest book, Seasons on the Farm: Winter is now available through Amazon. It is regularly priced at $1.99, but today it is free. Go get your copy and leave a review. Thanks and Happy Reading!
Book Description:
Glimpse family farm life during the winter. See pictures of a family feeding chickens, cows and horses. After the […]

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I like each of my children to have their own nativity to keep in their rooms during the Christmas season.

We’ve made the people from toilet paper tubes
 and cut up tree branches in years past.
I realized that my youngest children have never made a nativity so on Wednesday I pulled out the fabric scraps and the glue gun.

 
This […]

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I have a new early reader series called Seasons on the Farm. Each book will highlight a season on the farm. This book, Seasons on the Farm: Fall is $.99 for the month of March. If you’ve been reading my blog over the last few years, you will recognize many of the pictures. My author […]

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This little calf was born the last week of February. At first, we thought he was blind, but later learned it was just an infection in his eye. Along with not being able to see, he also refused to drink. We brought him and his mama in to try and help him learn to drink.

When […]

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Junior Prom was a couple of weeks ago. (I can’t believe my daughter is a junior!)
Junior Prom is a pretty big deal in our little town. All sorts of traditions make it special for each student who wants to be involved. There is a promenade for each night of the prom (boy’s choice and girl’s […]

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So remember when you were little and used to wish that you had a robot that could do all your work for you? Or a button that you could push and the dishes were magically cleared, washed, dried, and put away? Yeah, I’m having one of those days. So instead of doing the mountain(s) of […]

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See the girl with the long, brown pony tail. That’s my second cowgirl. At 4:30 AM this morning she popped out of bed, dressed, and brought her horse up to be saddled. All in ten minutes flat. She was a little excited for today’s adventures on horseback. They’re still out there, but I brought the […]

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On February 8, I left this little cowboy outside while I brought in and put away some groceries. When I went to bring him inside, he’d lost one shoe. I looked and looked and looked for that shoe. I had the children look when they came home from school. The snow melted and I searched […]

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The horse’s stall needed cleaning a couple weeks back.

So this son and

 his sister got to work loading up the wheelbarrow

and then the tractor scoop.

And my front lawn was fertilized in time for the next few snowstorms.

This boy was just happy to drive the tractor.

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