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Messages: When the cat woke me up this morning and I dropped my feet over the edge of the bed, my eyes went to the clock on the nightstand. The answer, revealed from beside the dark stack of other things … Continue reading

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Welcome Winter!

Well we got the snow, and the wind, and the sleet. One of us had to go to work at the hospital so –down the unplowed (as yet) lane. Slip and slide and shuffle around. Once daylight comes and I … Continue reading

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Follow -UP! ISS interesting info.

I randomly typed in “astronauts who knit” today. Found this tidbit. ¬† Sewing (knitting?some confusion there) at 17000mph…..How did I miss the years ago? Karen Nyberg Back on earth at the Houston Quilt Festival Quilting in space   Ironically – … Continue reading

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Taking the socks for a walk

With staying home, there are some new activities that one develops. The dog and cat daily saunter, the attentiveness to weather, cooking more than normally done pre-Pandemic, and a new one- taking the socks for a walk. Photography and fair … Continue reading

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Pi Day and the Blizzard

Daylight Savings time, our fifth set of goat kid twins and now a blizzardy noreaster have all altered this week since Sunday began at its forwarded-by-an-hour morning. The snow coated GP and I just returned from our dark morning stroll … Continue reading

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Soon the Fall

Another moment to pause and reflect on the passing seasons…Why do we only slow to make entries when the changes are noticeable? Daylight is growing shorter, daily average temperatures are falling, leaves too. The farm’s wooly inhabitants grow longer overcoats, … Continue reading

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The Vortex Returns

Swirling sheep? No- just more of this season’s fickle weather. 66 to 16 to 60 to -6, howling winds and blinding, blowing white out conditions. Sounds normal for the Dakotas, but not so normal for Mother Nature in southern ¬†Pennsylvania. … Continue reading

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Summer’s Dyeing

Oh when the pot boils and steams, these are the days of dyers’ dreams!

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Heading into the end of summer

It’s greener than I ever remember an August to be. Sheep are in the meadow. Goats have mowed the fencerow. Apples are doing the ripening thing and the corn is going toward dryness on the stalk. Butterflies are hitting the … Continue reading

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Summer of heat, drought and storms

Farming in the Mid- Atlantic teaches you patience and planning–and learning to realize that your plans get altered. Weather and climate determine how most farming progresses. You learn to manage weeds on the weeds’ schedule. Mow them down. They make … Continue reading

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