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Friday Farm Favorites: Finding Joy

“Find Joy In Each Day” ~Saint Philip Neri We all have difficult days that are challenging.  However, when we strive to SEE the seemingly small things in our everyday worlds, we often appreciate that there is more joy than we realized.  For instance, the beautiful butterfly alight on my great-grandmother’s lilac shrub, the bunny rabbit that visits the courtyard garden […]

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Asparagus!

I love asparagus, not just because it’s delicious and has lots of fiber, vitamins, and minerals.  I love it, because it’s perennial.  No matter how long and cold the winter has been, that dutiful spring vegetable is one of the first signs of life in my kitchen garden every year.  And, is it ever welcome!  However, I must admit that […]

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“The Weekly Bleat: Teacup Bird Feeders”

I grew up in an environment of “old stuff”–old houses and barns, antique furniture, and heirloom quilts and china.  My grandparents lived next door in the family’s ancestral home, and Grandma Rieley loved antiques.  Almost every Saturday morning she was either at an estate sale, yard sale, or antiques store.  All of this influenced my appreciation and love of antiques […]

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Clouds

Last Friday afternoon was gorgeous.  It was one of those sunny, blue sky days that’s just so uplifting.  The sky was filled with the most beautiful clouds–enormous, puffy, cumulus clouds.  They were really quite majestic.  I got a little carried away and took tons of pictures.  

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