February 18th, 2019 — When Chickens Come Home to Roost

When the Chickens Come Home to Roost Does anyone remember back to 1999 when Y2K was going to wipe out civilization as we know it?  All because the year portion of the date on computers was the last 2 digits only; how would the computer know it was 2000?  Our cars, modern medical technology, phones,… Continue reading February 18th, 2019 — When Chickens Come Home to Roost

January 14th, 2019 — Winter Weather Advisory

Winter Weather Advisory I miss the weather we had when I was a kid.  It was so simple; snow day or school? Shoes or barefoot?  Coat or not? Now every day has to be infused with drama, heightened with danger and hyped to the hilt. Everytime a snowflake falls to earth it gets a name.… Continue reading January 14th, 2019 — Winter Weather Advisory

December 10th 2018– Water Water Everywhere

Water Water Everywhere The thermometer says 14 degrees this morning, time for water to freeze and make our life difficult.  We have multiple water sources to keep frost free and flowing and it’s a twice a day job. Right now the cows drink from a pond that needs the ice broken with a sledge hammer… Continue reading December 10th 2018– Water Water Everywhere

December 3rd, 2018 — We Could Build a Snowman

We Could Build a Snowman I put off writing this week because I kept thinking nothing much happened to write about, some weeks I can write 3 blog posts to use when inspiration doesn’t strike as quick as I can type but this week, no. I always remember Garrison Keillor’s ‘it’s been a quiet week… Continue reading December 3rd, 2018 — We Could Build a Snowman