Monthly Archives: August 2009

Eau de Cologne: the Homestead Scent

I’m going to be a millionaire. I’ve developed a new perfume! It will capture all the alluring scents of a homestead …. the musky, senusual (to a doe anyway) scent of a buck at the start of fall’s rutting season … Continue reading

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Rainbows of Colour

A lifetime of colours, brights and darks, pastels soft and light, blinding neons, but always love expressed in living colour. Thank you, John, for the last 36 years. Can’t believe we’ve been married that long. And don’t know why or … Continue reading

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Farm ramblings

John spent last week in San Francisco and wouldn’t pack shorts because it was too COLD there. He took a jacket. I didn’t know if I would let him in the gate when he came home. He learned quickly not … Continue reading

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Uninvited Guest and Milkers

I seldom scream. It always seemed like a waste of time to me as it never changed anything anyway. BUT this past week I screamed as I reached down to pick up a flake of hay and a young skunk … Continue reading

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