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Newest member of Barn Town

The newest member of Barn Town. Meet Savannah. She is 8 mo. Old Jerusalem donkey. We are so excited to have her here.

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Things I learn From Goats

I am constantly amazed at the things I learn from goats.  This latest one is a good case in point. We have just purchased two new bucks.  They are five months old and cute as a button.  They arrived on … Continue reading

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Runaway Ducks

The fighting between the geese and the ducks came to a head the other day.  Let me tell you what happened. But first a bit of back ground on the events going on in Barn Town.  The geese are notorious … Continue reading

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72 of the Best Quotes About Writing By: Zachary Petit | June 22, 2012

A good writing  quote can give me goosebumps. For those days when the well is feeling dry and a tad echo-y, I keep a running list of my favorite quotes—things I’ve read, things I’ve edited, things I’ve found in the … Continue reading

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History of Santa Claus

The American version of the Santa Claus figure received its inspiration and its name from the Dutch legend of Sinter Klaas, brought by settlers to New York in the 17th century. As early as 1773 the name appeared in the … Continue reading

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Luke 12:7(KJV) But even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not therefore: ye are of more value than many sparrows.

  There are times in our lives when we are forced to wait for the Lord to give direction, to clear the way, to encourage our souls.  For the most part, we stumble on our merry way as if we … Continue reading

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So thankful for this gift

Found this and thought I would share…             

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Culley’s Cluck and Clack

first posted 02/2014 on Eve Culley’s Blog Let me introduce you to my family. Don and I have been married for 43 years and have known each other since dirt was new.  I was a precious eight year old joy … Continue reading

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You cannot open a book without learning something. Confucius

Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction.                      John C. Crosby Things I have found while doing research.  Thought you might … Continue reading

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Creative Writing Now

November is National Novel Writing Month, and I’m preparing a series of e-mails to help you succeed at writing a novel. Today, I want to talk about a dangerous myth about writing.  This is a myth about writing that you’ve … Continue reading

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