Most people choose not to think about how the chicken, turkey, goose, or other winged creature spent its last moments on this earthView full post »
Ducklings and chicks are a few of my favorite things. That’s a good thing because we end up with them every spring. Of course,View full post »
In our little corner of south Georgia, it is not uncommon to see folks clawing away at itchy spots throughout the summer months. TheseView full post »
When creating trendy outdoor living spaces… don’t forget to give the chair rungs some flare.
Break up the monotony of greenView full post »
As we pulled into the driveway last night, Josh and I realized that we had an uninvited guest snooping around the guinea pen and frontView full post »
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Josh built the turkey/duck “tractor” because they were getting too big to put in with the peeps. I took pictures when IView full post »
Last night, Josh and I took a video of Huey and Lewis in the bath. It was their first time in the tub having only ever been in the sink orView full post »
Ahh… kimchi! Kimchi is Korean sauerkraut and it should be included on every condiment bar worldwide. There areView full post »
When life gets busy, it’s a challenge to create wholesome home-cooked meals. Time is scarce and so we tend toView full post »
“What adults call ‘wrong’ in Child Art is the most beautiful and most precious. I value highly thoseView full post »
This small sign marks the entrance to one of the oldest known religious sites on Moloka’i and the second largestView full post »
In April, the Hawaii Public Broadcasting Station contacted me to be a guest on their program, “Insights.”View full post »
“Throw your dreams into space like a kite, and you do not know what it will bring back, a new life, a newView full post »
For winter solstice and to celebrate our dual anniversary (Caleb’s adoption and our wedding anniversary), weView full post »
While it seems that the rest of the nation’s children suffer from Nature-Deficit Disorder, Caleb and hisView full post »
Dipnetting sockeye is such a blast but then the real work begins: cleaning and packaging the salmon. This is a step byView full post »
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