From Our Farm to Yours – A Christmas Greeting

I was recently notified that I had sold 200 of this particular Christmas card and it brought back memories of how I captured this photo of the red barn. I probably took quite a few shots, but chose this one as the best and I do like the way the hanging branches and tall, dead […]

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Getting Ready To Do Holiday Decorating

I’ve stayed in denial, but now that Thanksgiving has passed it’s no use. Christmas scenes are in the yards, lights are twinkling and commercials are in full swing. (I especially love the car commercials – talk about fantasy land.) My sister has even given me gifts to put under the tree which is not up […]

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Why Not Be Alone on Thanksgiving?

Right now I know a handful of people who will be home, all alone, on Thanksgiving. And not one of them is sad about that! For the past couple of weeks everywhere I’ve been strangers have asked what I am doing for the holidays. Grocery clerks, nurses at the doctor’s office, bank tellers, you name […]

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Halloween is a Few Days Late, But That’s Okay

When your town puts off Halloween until a few days after the 31st, it’s just not the same. I’ve been reading blogs and Facebook pages all about an event that has gone by for most. Stores have moved on to putting out Christmas candy and the Halloween goodies are all half price. But here, in […]

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Teens and Halloween

Halloween is a fun time for kids.  Everyone loves to dress up, and many adults attend parties where costumes make the event exciting. But when the kids reach the teen years trick-or-treating becomes a problem.  Kids in their early teens are just big kids for the most part and I always found it hard to […]

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