Monthly Archives: July 2012

Mission accomplished!

Back in 2008, I discovered a new doll in Tennessee. Not a factory made doll, turned out by the thousands, but one by one slowly but surely. One of a kind even. I first stumbled on the Coalition for the … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Shellie Rushing Tomlinson:
**** update open**** Frank Hoyt Taylor has had to reschedule. He won’t be with us today. However, I’m delighted to announce that Austin Moody will be calling in, giving me the opportunity to introduce…

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A day in the museum

Eat your heart out John Deere,

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Know who this cutie is?

The first magazine my mother took in the ’50s was McCalls.  It’s arrival was anxiously awaited every month.  It was full of fashions, crafts, homemaking tips, sewing….and yes, paper dolls. When the magazine would arrive, I would quick go to the … Continue reading

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The Drought of 2012 – What’s the Impact to Livestock Farmers?

Originally posted on chrischinn:
This is one of the better looking fields of corn in our area. This year has been very challenging for farmers and ranchers all over the United States.  Our farm is no different than the majority…

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Let’s Hear it for BLUEBERRIES!!!

In a post the other day, we got to discussing blueberries, blaeberries, huckleberries, etc.  I decided to go straight to a source. Who is really and truely a “Source”.  She and her sweet husband own and manage a nursery/greenhouse and gift … Continue reading

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Want fries with that?

Chicken fries that is.  No, not the kind that cluck and lay eggs.  The kind that is yummy, fried in a skillet goodness preferably with gravy on the side.  And corn on the cob.  And stewed squash! Chicken Fried Steak … Continue reading

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