Messy Do you ever wonder why some cattle (notice I didn't say COW) are born bulls? But are sold as steers? Last year was a learning curve for us AND the cattle. Do you know what happens when a "bull" becomes a "steer"? Well, wonder no more! But in an effort to keep this a … Continue reading Goodbye Bull, Hello Steer
Antiques and Junque My winter project. Trying to get ready for spring chickens. Who thinks I can actually do this, hold up your hands. You may not know but my hand is not UP!! If I get this done I want vacation in the Bahamas!! Right! Have chicken coop, need chickens! Have junque need … Continue reading Antiques and Junque
Should have had an Inkling 7:00 AM It is Monday morning in the household here in Kirk. Silence is emanating from the top of the stairs to the bottom of the basement. Not a sound to be heard... 7:30 AM Still as silent as can be. Why would this be note worthy I hear you … Continue reading Should have…
Proclivity Yep I couldn't think of anything to write so I went out to my favorite daily prompt site. Please don't get them pulled from the internet. You know I would just keep writing anyway! The word that stood out was "Proclivity". Now by definition this means "an inclination or predisposition". If you know me … Continue reading Proclivity… defined!
After a migraine yesterday I got up and found a coffee cup just sitting on the table. Now I know that it might not sound too devastating. However I am trying to make sure that everyone at least puts their dishes in the sink. Sort of like trying to train a puppy not to pee … Continue reading Roseanne Roseannadanna
Once again I sit in my smoke-filled residence. Mom and Dad had a rather touching tradition of making candy and some banana bread etc. for the neighbors. Thinking that I would TRY to carry it on with the "Santa Clause" at the volunteer fire department in Kirk. I tried some divinity.... managed to put too … Continue reading Christmas Cheer?!?
Never ever take yourself too seriously Writer's Block Pressing send, Peggy sent her latest draft to her editor and felt the familiar separation anxiety. Elated that she had completed her manuscript, scared that it wouldn't be liked or nobody would want to read it. After her husband Jeffery passed away almost Three years ago Peggy … Continue reading Writers Block