Monthly Archives: May 2015

Spring Promise

Spring is supposed to be a time of joy, renewal, optimism, sunshine. But sometimes, like Christmas, the stress of the season can be overwhelming. Those of us in any form of agriculture feel the pressure of weather, timing, the gamble … Continue reading

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Drive on, Nathan!

Last Thursday, May 14, 2015, on his 48th birthday, we laid Nathan to rest. It wasn’t what we wanted to be doing on a cold, wet, windy May day. But if it was what we had to be doing, it was … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Baby

Mother’s Day has always been a big deal in our family. It started forty-eight years ago when my baby brother came into this world on Mother’s Day, May 14, 1967. He was a perfectly normal, big baby boy. He was … Continue reading

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