I’m not in charge of much.
I have a boss. My husband has a mind of his own. I have bills to pay and family obligations. The government doesn’t check in with me. I’m not the leader...
July 28, 2012 by Julie Ann Luoma Under garden, green, julie ann, luoma, therapy, thumb Posted in PONDERING | 1 Comment »
With the approach of spring and warmer weather, I am reminded of when my son was two, and I discovered him in the garden with half a worm hanging out of his mouth. As a parent, we are...
March 26, 2011 by Liz Laidlaw Under bugs, garden, kids, liz laidlaw, outdoors Posted in PONDERING | Comments Off on Bug Bedlam
I was five years old when Dad (who originally came from a market gardening family in Pennsylvania) decided to make a market garden out of a patch of diamond willow on the Blindman...
May 23, 2010 by Ev Gilmar Under chores, farm, garden, gilmar, kids, responsibility Posted in FEATURE | Comments Off on Involve Your Kids
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