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Category: Happenings

Something interesting I saw

This evening I saw something kind of interesting. Some wolves/coyotes were chasing two deer on the hill. I remember one of the deer rearing up on its hind legs, but I couldn’t see too terribly much, because it was dusky out. If I was younger, that probably would of scared me pretty good. I don’t […]

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No Boys or Girls Allowed

That’s the words we saw on a piece of paper on the dining room table, Justin and I. Except it was spelled “NO BOYS OR GRLS ULOWD”, in Deirdre’s handwriting. “What’s that say?” Justin asked. I read it aloud, adding “I have no idea what she did it for, though.” As the day progressed it […]

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The annoying chicken

(Dictated to Cadie) I was carving something when I saw a chicken flying up on top of the gate and flying down again to the other side. Certain chickens always get out of the fence, but this one was a different one that the ones that normally get out of the fence. At first I […]

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Two times I want to tell you about

This is one time when it looked like our room was opposited.  It was the morning, but still dark, and I was going to check if anyone was awake. And my brothers,  Evan and Collin, are the latest sleepers. My brother Owen’s bunk bed was next to my top bunk bed, so there was a […]

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Got him

Rundy set a trap out for an animal who has been eating eggs and killing ducks .The next morning he found out it caught an opossum! Deirdre called it cute and said "I want to cuddle it" but everybody else said it was gross. Rundy shot him after that.

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News flash!

Caleb lost his first tooth!!   Deirdre is the only one who still has all her baby teeth!   The first batch of baby chicks has arrived!! They will quickly turn into meat chickens for the freezer, but right now they’re fluffly little balls that scurry around.   Dad and Teman are taking a week […]

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Cleaning. . .What fun.

After years of hearing "A place for everything, and everything in it’s place," I had become brainwashed into believing it. The only way for something to be TRULY clean would be if EVERYthing truly had it’s own place. This task seemed overwhelming, so rather than putting things away I would just leave it out, creating […]

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