Tag Archives: family

By the way side 4 June 2015

I used to care a great deal about a lot of things I no longer give a thought to, except with some kind of fond nostalgia, an inner smile when I come across them:   Smurfs. I had a whole … Continue reading

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Posterity 3 April 2015

All the ends of the earth shall remember and turn to the Lord; and all the families of the nations shall worship before him…and I shall live for him. Posterity will serve him; future generations will be told about the … Continue reading

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Goodies 30 December 2014

I love this time of year when neighbors share plates of homemade goodies with each other. It’s fun to see the traditional cookies and fudges and well, yummies from other families. Some are the same traditions with slightly different recipes, … Continue reading

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Mighty Mac 2 September 2014

  We left early this morning on our cross country trip from eastern Colorado to the Mackinac Bridge in upper Michigan. I mean way north, eh? Driving across Nebraska was so lush and green for this time of the year. … Continue reading

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homestead 18 February 2014

I keep thinking about those who came west to homestead and how rugged it must have been. I’m sure they got dug-out fever during a long cold windy winter. This photo is of the original dug out on the property … Continue reading

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a blast from the past

Camp Creek Threshing show in Waverly, Nebraska provides a great glimpse into life as we knew it a hundred years ago. Their grounds host hundred year old stationary engines that provided power for rural folks before electricity, horse drawn plows … Continue reading

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