Monthly Archives: October 2014

Shoes 31 October 2014

A shoe by any other name is still a shoe: boot, sandal, pump, flats, dress, sneaker, clog, loafer, slipper, flip-flop, moccasin, wing-tip or high top. Useful things about shoes: They protect your feet from hot sand, can light up a … Continue reading

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Whipped Cream in a Can 29 October 2014

Whipped cream in a can…what could be better? Just shake and squirt right into your open mouth or the open mouth across from you! No mess and no clean up. And, it comes in different flavors: caramel, chocolate and regular. … Continue reading

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Corn 27 October 2014

It was the opening of deer season this weekend, and after a day with no luck and a lot of heat from the sun, we took a tractor drive. I was struck by the seasons that surround us. Because of … Continue reading

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You can help to bring hope

Originally posted on jpburgess:
You can help the church in the Middle East to keep bringing hope and healing to those suffering from war and oppression. Please watch the video, and if you are moved, please donate through one of…

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Fog Running 21 October 2014

Fog, thick and penetrating-like wet and cold being injected directly into your bones and sinew. As I ran down the road, I had to keep my eyes on the white line at my feet, because when I tried to look … Continue reading

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Can you canoe? 17 October 2014

When the Prescott clan descends on the river in north-central Nebraska for fun and frivolity and to canoe the river, it is always a good time. When I contemplate going, I always go with a lot of hopes: I hope … Continue reading

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chicken tracks 15 October 2014

Chicken track tires, I’ve been obsessed with them. They’re nothing that’d get anyone excited, but to me, they make the tractor that much closer to 1949. It’s like a trip back in time–the dust is flying, covering me as my … Continue reading

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