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Biodiversity...I Spy...Old Favorites

There are some animals that I never get tired of.

I forgot to put it in yesterday’s post, but this is in response to Just Another Nature Enthusias… 127 more words


Biodiversity...I Spy...Surprises!

I walk our farm at least twice a week, usually more, but I always find something new, and sometimes, very surprising.

Most of the time I have walking companions – three sheep, a goat, and a dog or two.  456 more words


Biodiversity...I Spy...the Tiny Ones

Beautiful tiny creatures I found around the farm on my walk yesterday.

Part of the fun is learning the names of the plants and animals, although chasing down a beetle identification is no picnic! 69 more words


Biodiversity ...I Spy...No Child Left Inside

Just Another Nature Enthusiast has posted a challenge this month, to focus on the biodiversity around us.  For the last six years, since we moved to the farm, documenting biodiversity has been one of my favorite pastimes, so I am going to do a series of posts. 301 more words


Counting from One to a Million, Whitman and the Civil War Dead

Ed Folsom presenting “Counting from One to a Million, Whitman and the Civil War Dead” — Image by kenne

For the 24th year the Writers in Performance… 746 more words



My neighbor told me today that Jesus is going to punish America for allowing abortion.  This wasn’t just rhetoric for her, she truly believes it, and she’s scared. 90 more words


Grandfathers can be pretty smart too, or, If you fall down, go to Grandpa

Last time we talked, I told you about how my grandmother outfoxed my ambitions to be a queen. Well, she wasn’t the only one who knew a thing or two about children. 733 more words

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