Category Archives: Transitions

Loss of Innocence

Many of us are remembering where we were 50 years ago today. For all of us who were old enough to have even a vague idea of the events of Nov. 22, 1963 we can no doubt vividly recall where … Continue reading

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Finding Treasures

My mother use to apologize for leaving me with the task of clearing out her basement. I would quickly suggest that she help me by bearing witness as I pulled each box down from the shelves, opened it and began … Continue reading

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Am I happy?

     People have been asking me lately if I’m happy living back on the farm. It has been about a year since I moved here so that’s also a question I’ve been asking myself, and in that asking I’ve made … Continue reading

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You can take the kid off the farm, but she may still find her way back home

            I love the graphic at the top of this page.  It reminds me of where I am, even who I am.  And it reminds me of why I moved back to this farm.             I may have always loved … Continue reading

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Dancing with the ghosts

Clearing out childhood home brings tears and smiles. Continue reading

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