Monthly Archives: July 2010

Some smells just can’t be forgotten

For those of you who don’t know, I grew up on a farm. A real-life, cattle-raising, crop harvesting, no-neighbors farm. I had a pony, I rode 4-wheelers and tractors and ate the animals I watched being born. According to many … Continue reading

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Krazy Kitties!

I’ve had my kittens about a month now and they’re just fabulous! I’m so glad I got them to keep me company out here in Kansas. Little Miss No-Name now has a name, she’s now Rita.

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When it rains, it pours

It started storming around 5 p.m. today, now, at a quarter after 10, I’m still hearing distant thunder and seeing lightning. I had the blinds open to keep an eye on the storm and suddenly I realized that the red … Continue reading

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Childhood memories

As a kid I can remember going to the carnival every summer. Usually it was with my grandpa, who was the most spontaneous, light-hearted, goofy man I ever knew. He took my cousins and me on all the rides and … Continue reading

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Sunflowers, Farmer’s Markets and the Fourth of July

The past few weeks have been very busy at work. I’ve gone solo now and covered a pretty wide array of subjects. These are some of my personal favorites.

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The big 0-6

A few weeks ago my oldest niece turned 6. It’s hard to believe she’s 6 already! She has such a special place in my heart, not that all my nieces and my nephew don’t, but Kallie and I spent a … Continue reading

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