The Summer Jungle

August 6, 2014

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The summer garden has flourished and failed all in one swoop. It’s when the grasses creep back in, making the most rabbit food for the several litters that always come within a few days of each other because we forget that it’s sometimes a good idea to stagger the litters – then again, if we […]

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All Work & No Play…

July 20, 2014

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makes Charlei a very exhausted girl. Despite thinking originally that summer would leave me working even fewer part-time hours than I was before, it has instead left me working 50+ hours a week for almost the last month including some solid weekends (from Friday morning until Sunday night including overnights) which hasn’t been an entirely unpleasant […]

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What’s the difference between a Yam and a Sweet Potato?

June 1, 2014

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A guest post by Nate! OMG! This may be old news for some of you, may be interesting to others, or may be a snooze to still others (so I’ll keep the nerd speak to a minimum). I’ve recently read a number of blog posts, articles, and heard from folks some breakdowns of the subtle […]

Posted in: botany, food, garden

The Top 10 Things That I Love About Kids

May 28, 2014

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This applies to kids in general, but I’m thinking specifically of the ones that I spend the majority of the work week with at the children’s home. My lovely 28 children, the whole messy lot of them, ages 2-17. 10. Volume. I am not a quiet person. I appreciate that it is not only acceptable […]

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Springtime Separations

April 11, 2014

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 More of my kiddos are leaving. Sometimes they leave and I’m grateful for them and happy for them and wishing them well and telling them to call or write, but knowing that, come on, they’re 4, of course they won’t, but they feel better that I asked and I feel better knowing I expressed my […]

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March

March 25, 2014

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the lavender is in bloom these are the best tomatoes ever bluebird? not sure? one of paula’s tiny kittens paula and her babies – they all love to poop in the food dish the blackest black bunny ever nate thinks this one is my favorite buckwheat street painter in lakeland kale and coriander nasties! calendula […]

Posted in: critters, garden

Ren Fest 2014

March 9, 2014

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