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Soul Sunday

Everyone needs a place where their soul finds peace.  Since Pig-Farmer’s schedule and the budget isn’t allowing for my derriere to be seated pool- or beach-side, with a fruity drink in my hand, I am lucky to have the river … Continue reading

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Fall foliage walk-about

Well, sort of.  I mean, it is definitely fall and there is definitely foliage. However, much of it is still green. I’m not complaining.  I will take the beautiful weather we’ve been having as long as God lets it stick … Continue reading

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Call it what you will

I made the opportunity to go mushroom hunting. However, that would imply that I would have photos of yummy, yellow sponge morels to show you.  The squirrel laughed as I meandered about.I know my handicap in finding mushrooms, so I … Continue reading

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4-Wheeler Vacation

Yesterday afternoon, after way too many days of rain, mist, clouds and gloom, the sun came out!  I did my little happy-dance and trotted outside.  Danced and trotted as well as I could in my rubber chore boots.  After some … Continue reading

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Mama Mia!

Every time I check on the pigs I say, “Mama Mia!  That’s a lot of mouths to feed.” Good job, Bernice.  13 babies still alive. There are 13 in there, all jumbled up. Easter weekend was busy.  Full of work on Saturday, … Continue reading

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The Little Things

Sunday morning I did something only a country-living girl could do so easily.  After watering my dead flowers (it seems no matter how much I water them, they are struggling to stay alive in the 100+ degree heat), I hopped … Continue reading

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