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Grandmother's Are Special
Posted On 02/25/2020 08:48:16 by texasjane
I retired from teaching children with special needs but once in a while someone asks for my help. This is about one such case.

A little girl had suddenly stopped talking.  Months had gone by and she had not uttered a word.  She had been in the car when her grandmother, sitting right beside her, patted her on the hand, kissed her cheek and slumped... Read More



Our Outhouse Is Gone! (TBT)
Posted On 02/19/2020 21:09:15 by yourchoice
Have you heard about our garden shed? I did write a blog about it long ago, but because of recent conversations, I decided to post a “Throwback Thursday” edition of that blog, with an update.To explain about my husband’s 2012 winter project, the idea came when we visited a farm antique center in northern California. They were selling garden tool sheds that were made of old barnwood and looked like outhouses. Cute! When we arrived home, our septic system was frozen and we were without facil... Read More



A Brown Christmas Near The Mountains
Posted On 01/10/2019 00:43:55 by yourchoice
I’ve been a bit absent again, but we’ve made it through a wonderful family Christmas, in spite of a few health challenges and “enjoying” a rare brown Christmas. What’s with us these days? If we have snow, there's a lot of whining about the cold days, the slippery roads, and the bulky coats we have to wear. When the weather is warm, and the snow melts, we are disappointed because the Christmas season doesn’t look like our Christmas cards… and it’s just not right! The real problem... Read More



The Adventures of An Only Child
Posted On 12/01/2018 18:20:35 by yourchoice
Being an only child living on a farm was an education in itself. I was deeply loved and well cared for by my parents, but I was lonely. There were times when I was called a ‘spoiled princess’ that never sounded like a compliment to me, or a ‘spoiled brat’, depending on the circumstances. I longed to have a brother or sister to play with. Our closest neighbors were two miles away, and their four boys were all older than me. My dad was a fun guy and took the time to be with me whenever pos... Read More



It's All About The Stampede
Posted On 07/06/2018 21:45:01 by yourchoice
Today is the start of the 106th annual Calgary Exhibition and Stampede. It is now a 10-day event, starting with a huge parade. My parents would take me downtown to watch the parade, and a visit to the Exhibition. In elementary school, my teacher emphasized handwriting and would select some of our examples to compete in the Exhibition. I remember the first time I went to an afternoon Infield Rodeo event with my Dad. He knew a lot about the life of a cowboy because he had been a cattle driver befo... Read More



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