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An Appreciation for Three-Pronged Outlets

I gave up a long time ago trying to hide the numerous extension cords that the run along the walls and cords that dangle from outlets located halfway up the walls of our living room and bedrooms of our home. … Continue reading

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Dr. Val Farmer: A Professional Who Knows

Many people think living on a farm or ranch sounds romantic but there are stresses that are unique to the farming and ranching lifestyle that families commonly struggle with. I have always been a Val Farmer fan because he specializes in … Continue reading

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What Happens to Kids That Don’t Get TV Time

When you deprive a child of television, they’ll end up doing stuff like this with their time:   This is an example of what my son can do with free time, camouflage duct tape and black electrical tape when there’s … Continue reading

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Everyday is Take-Your-Kids-To-Work Day for Ranch Kids

One of the things that my husband and I love about our two kids is their help. Now that they’re older we’ve been able to incorporate their help a lot more. They’re capable of doing a more than just checking … Continue reading

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Brown Beauties

Farm fresh eggs are hard to beat. Literally. The yolks of these brown beauties are so thick it takes work to whisk them. There is a huge difference between store bought and farm fresh eggs. I never paid much attention … Continue reading

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