Monthly Archives: August 2014

Bits and Pieces on the Farm

Yesterday, around sunset (one of the most beautiful I’ve seen so far), about 5 or 6 young bulls penetrated our fence and came into our property. I think the grass was truly greener on our side. ¬†They stomped on our … Continue reading

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Are we done yet?

The last two rooms of our house are almost finished. They’re being painted today. Two days ago, a worker came to put up the ceilings. Tiles are already on the floor. The carpenter almost has the doors ready to install. … Continue reading

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Farm Haiku

I’m taking a haiku poetry course online with my favorite poetry teacher, Lorraine Mejia. I’d like to share some of the haiku I’ve written that was farm inspired. 1. Palm-thatched roof sleeping bats hide arise at dusk 2. Grass stands … Continue reading

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Puppies Anyone?

A week ago, these two female puppies, less than eight weeks old, parked themselves outside our gate. Abandoned, hungry, and cute as can be, we took them in. Took them to the vet a few days later. They were dehydrated … Continue reading

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