Monthly Archives: June 2015

Photo Friday ~ June 26, 2015

Rain – Puddles – Mud – Weeds – Flooding – Swampy – Tropical The prettiest view on my little farm. The garden with my ornamental corn is saturated.  I hope some of it survives.  It is getting tall.  Better to … Continue reading

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Ring around the round bin

The other day when I stepped out onto my back deck, I noticed Abigail looking for her calf.  They were circling the bin looking for each other.  By the time I grabbed my camera, I only caught a few pictures. … Continue reading

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Sharing with Mt. Pleasant Church of God

There is a YOU-sized gap When I read the subject of Pastor Scott’s May 24 sermon, “Stand In the Gap,” my first thought was not of Ezekiel 22:30: I looked for a man among them who would build up the … Continue reading

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Photo Friday ~ June 5, 2015

For today friends, don’t run with your mouff mouth full!

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An Udderly Genetic Fault

Fact is, Abigail’s only mothering fault is her udder.  That’s a pretty important consideration.  Devastatingly so. A cow’s udder has 4 quarters.  Her front two became extremely enlarged several weeks prior to delivery.  The enlargement extended all the way down … Continue reading

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**Cuteness Alert**

I will have to write a post soon on the utterly difficult udder problems Abigail has experienced.  She has made progress, for the short-term, which is good for the bouncing baby boy shown in the following photos.  For now, we … Continue reading

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