Farmgirl School

"It is no bad thing to celebrate a simple life." -Tolkien

I do adore history.  And the history of things.  I feel that structures hold the imprints of spirits and memories of those that came before.  All you have to do is walk into a place to get the heebie jeebies and know something tragic happened there or to walk into a place and feel a wonderful …

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Lughnasadh (loon-ah-sah) is one of the Gaelic harvest festivals of old.  The word is from old Irish text and is a Pagan holiday celebrating the first of the harvests.  A harvest festival is always a welcome holiday in this farmgirl’s mind!  Tonight is also a full moon and I can just imagine my grandmothers of …

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When I was little my mother let me and my sisters and brothers pick our favorite food for our birthday dinner.  Mine was always fondue.  I never did make it as my kids were growing up.  I always had a fondue pot but never knew a good recipe or felt I had the time to …

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Tomorrow the dawn will shine brightly at morn T’will be nineteen years since my daughter was born. Her blue eyes so shine her looks are quite fair her smile ever bright love her wavy hair! Her heart is passionate a love of all so strong A nature girl indeed a love of the wild’s song. One of …

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