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Opinion o·pin·ion əˈpinyən/ A view or judgement formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge. 1. the beliefs of views of a large number or majority of people about a particular thing. 2. an estimation of the quality … Continue reading
Two Christmases ago I gave my eldest nephew a set of books from the people over at The Art of Manliness. When they arrived, I had flipped through them and thought they looked pretty interesting, so after my nephew opened … Continue reading
It seems that all bloggers eventually do a post about their favorite things and with Black Friday upon us (as well as my loathing for holiday-season retail), I thought, “Hey, Sarah, you should do a favorite things post.” So, here we … Continue reading
I found myself Wednesday morning in the same boat as half of the USA who voted in the 2016 presidential election: sad and shocked. It was easy to read all the things that at first blush made sense. Candy for … Continue reading
My mom dug into a giant, orange Fleet Farm bag as she said, “Your niece thought you should have some of your sister’s clothes… There are all kinds of things in here…” She pulled out jeans, tops, a red “Christmas” … Continue reading
Today’s post title is meant figuratively, not literally, as I won’t get actual ducks on the farmstead again until we have a pond for them in which to putter about. But, before I get too far off track, the ducks … Continue reading
The title of today’s post ought to give a great deal of confusion to Christians trolling the Internet for stories of salvation. If you’re a confused Christian hoping for a tale of inspiration, a “Come to Jesus Moment”, this is … Continue reading
It’s Spring, not officially, but with the temps hitting 50+ today, only half-way through February, the fever has struck. The garden catalogs started to arrive weeks ago and I have a list of seeds to buy that is itching to … Continue reading