Month: March 2016

Duck Love

It was very foggy and rainy all day today. I think the fog makes the landscape very pretty, although I worry a bit when my guys have to drive through thick fog. Because of remodeling we had done over the years at the old… Continue Reading “Duck Love”

Enchanted Homestead

Downstate we had friends who lived in the country and had chickens for a few years. I thought they were very beautiful and interesting. I decided that if ever we lived in the country, I’d raise chickens. The eggs are healthier than store-bought eggs… Continue Reading “Enchanted Homestead”

Cousin Jenny’s Pasties

The snow that was dumped on us this week is already beginning to melt as the temperatures warm. There are still several inches of snow on the ground, but it is shrinking a bit and in the driveway it is slushy. EJ’s birthday is… Continue Reading “Cousin Jenny’s Pasties”

Yesterday & Today

JJ needed to get his driver’s license renewed. With his busy schedule, it’s difficult to find time to do extra activities but since he didn’t have to work last Monday, I went with him to the Secretary of State’s office. (That sounds very official,… Continue Reading “Yesterday & Today”

Life in March

Wow. It’s been more than a week since I’ve last written. An awful lot has happened in that time. We had some warm weather–warm enough for jackets and shoes instead of coats and boots. It melted all our snow, which is wonderful because I’m… Continue Reading “Life in March”

Early March

Last Tuesday EJ came home from work sick with the awful flu that has been going around. He was so sick that he didn’t go to work for the rest of the week. When he contacted his company to tell them that he was… Continue Reading “Early March”

Plot Twist!

The story of our lives has taken a new direction. I guess you could call it a plot twist.  As those of you who are reading our story know, business at EJ’s company slowed down to historical levels so EJ got laid off from… Continue Reading “Plot Twist!”

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