Category Archives: Ruminations

Life is better with animals.

When farm life and technology collide…

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Just when I was about to post some entertaining filler…

… Junie changed my plans and got very, VERY busy! I had hoped she would deliver this morning, but she’s really an overachiever. Anna checked on Junie before she left for school at about 6:15 and reported that there wasn’t much … Continue reading

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Angel Acres Welcomes Willy and Lily!

As Nature is so prone to doing… she has made a fool of me. Yesterday, at almost the precise moment I posted about the girls’ boredom waiting for their babies to come… Tina was giving birth to Willie… a mere … Continue reading

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The Bored and the Beautiful

Today is the day before Tina’s “official” due date. Junie was bred within just a couple days of her so I decided to pen them both up… besides, they’re inseparable. It would be cruel and unusual to keep them apart … Continue reading

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I’m prepared… but am I ready?

I’m like an expectant father running out of things to do to keep myself busy while I wait for my wife to give birth. This is kind of ridiculous, but I don’t know how to make it stop. I have … Continue reading

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T-minus Seven and Counting!

It has been far too long since I’ve blogged, but honestly, things have been pretty quiet on the Farm. That is about to change. Why, you ask? Because there is nothing at all quiet about baby goats. June Bug (left) … Continue reading

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Look who’s up!

Not even an hour after surgery he’s on his feet and annoyed that Early’s across the room eating all the goodies. No recliner. No frozen peas to sit on. No stack of movies. No beer. Just straight up toughin’ it … Continue reading

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