Monthly Archives: September 2009

Woman Leaves 1400 Grand Children

September 21, 2009
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Woman Leaves 1400 Grand Children

HT to NCFIC The commandment to “be fruitful and multiply” the Krishevsky family follows quite closely. Last Saturday, the great grandmother, Rachel Krishevsky passed away at the age of 99, leaving behind no less than 1,400 children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and even great-great-grandchildren. You can read the entire article here. My favorite pull quote comes from…

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Upcoming Fall Ramblings

September 17, 2009
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Ever feel like you fell off the wagon 3 miles back and have been running behind its dust trail trying to catch back up with it?  Or feel like the mound of laundry grows to monster size proportions in seconds and you’re under it? If you can’t multi-task in the midst of a sand storm…

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Fall Apples

September 17, 2009
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Fall Apples

Fall is rapidly approaching!  Along with the cooler air…there’s pumpkins, fall leaves and…..apples! Are you in the area and interested in a bulk fruit order??  Check out more info here….

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And a new baby lamb…

September 2, 2009
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And a new baby lamb…

We were all pleasantly surprised to find out that we also had a new baby lamb born on the farm today.  This ewe had problems with her last birth earlier this year in January.    This time, she and the new baby ram are doing well. 

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The cat who pulled feathers…

September 2, 2009
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The cat who pulled feathers…

Evidently, the farm boy knows more about his barn cat than we thought!  After breakfast, the little farm boy noticed the barn cat meowing at the back door.  He went out, picked her up and said, “Yep…she had babies…somewhere…I bet they’re in the barn loft!”  He put her down and he followed her to the barn. …

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The Chicken Cow Cat

September 1, 2009
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Our 6 year old came in the house a few days ago with an important farm announcement concerning our barn cat.  Missy Mouser is definitely pregnant!  She has a big round belly and is losing feathers around her teats.  I guess that might be a sure sign to this little  farm boy who is confusing the…

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Busy and Canning

September 1, 2009
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Lately, I’ve been consumed with canning.  Amidst the large family, the lively farm life, the mass of strewn out toys and dumped out drawers thanks to a very busy toddler, the table piled high with the beginnings of the homeschooling year and a host of other distractions, somehow, I have been learning to can.   It has been…

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