While the world at large has gone through many changes within the last few months, my world on the farm has been dramatically dull. Rural America doesn’t change quickly, as can be seen in how people casually drive around looking at the cows in the field and waiting for the corn to grow towards the … Continue reading Tough Times
It’s day “I’ve lost count” of the Coronavirus lockdown. The kids and I don’t go anywhere we don’t have to. We were running low on milk and fruit, so Zoe drove us to the grocery store a few days ago. She got her driving permit at the end of February. Which was lucky now that … Continue reading Locking It Down
I often wonder if I am doing the right thing as a parent. Daily I think to myself "did I do the right thing?" in regards to giving my daughters advice. Gigi often comes home with stories of mean girls and bossy boys that she has encountered during her school day. I try to give … Continue reading Cheering Them On
I know you have been wondering about things that happen to me that I just don't get. I don't understand many things about life. Ignorance is my middle name and I'm not afraid to spell it out... I Am Dumb For instance...how does the cellular telephone work? Texting...calls...what is happening?!?! I've been boggled by television … Continue reading I Don’t Get It
Did you know that if you let your teen daughter (who isn't officially a teenager for two more weeks, but it's close enough so I'm just going to call her a teen from now on) go online to Amazon to buy something with her Christmas gift cards that she will, without a doubt, buy something … Continue reading Did You Know?