Greetings from my home to yours.
Life hums along so quickly that it seems I just finished writing to you in July’s newsletter. As the summer winds down, I hope you’ve enjoyed all it had to offer and wish you loads of fun over Labor Day weekend
This Prairie Inspiration includes some ideas on personal and family tranquility, a beautiful poem and more information to help you care for your skin and body.
Hi everyone. By the time this reaches you July 4th will be a distant memory; I hope you enjoyed an Independence Day celebration and had the opportunity to see some beautiful fireworks. I watched a professional pyrotechnic show from a distance this year and it was good, but paled in comparison to the electrical storm that moved in just as the man made fireworks were finished – the powerful lightning really lit up the night sky.
Greetings from the wind swept prairie. I grew up thinking of the windy nature of the plains as a trial, now that same wind blows fresh air my way and moves car exhaust, perfume and the like out of my path - an unexpected and much appreciated blessing.
Hi all, I hope you enjoyed Mother's day. I did as both a Mom and daughter; it’s a fine holiday to celebrate love and remember that we were given our chance at life by someone else.
Life is busting out all over in around here; babies with fur or feathers and even eight legs are making their appearance. In the middle of busy days, I wish you a few quiet moments to notice and enjoy life.
Greetings from farm and factory. It seems hard to believe another month has flown by and we’re already well into April - a thoroughly enjoyable month in my opinion. The air is so fresh and clean in North Dakota this time of year, warm enough to spend the day outdoors and no one has begun spraying yard or field
Best of all, the snow has given way to my organic garden and flower beds. I realize that for most of you spring arrived weeks ago. For us, spring has just begun. It’s exciting to watch life spring forth yet again from the soil; I’m enjoying almost every minute I spend digging, clearing and planting.
Spring is almost here and I’m waiting expectantly; it’s my favorite time of year ( I imagine I’m in the majority there). Everything about spring thrills me: birth, growth, flowers, all the birds, warm weather-ok, the older I get the less pleasure I get from mud. I do however intend to praise God for the delight of spring and enjoy the season as much as I’m able.
Hmm, February’s here and I’m still trying to wrap myself around the concept. Hopefully you have had success with the idea and your New Year's resolutions are now well established habits.
This month I have an important travel tip and more ideas on coping with dry or flaking skin. I hope you enjoy what you find here.
A new year, a new month, a new day - each offering fresh opportunities.
I’m hoping to make the best of them and wish you the same.
In this issue of the newsletter you’ll learn why it’s wise to eat carrots,
discover a new recipe and some ideas on coping with dry or flaking skin.
I hope you enjoy what you find.
"I’m dreaming of a white Christmas"
It’s a great song, but no stretch for me and mine as we’ve already had our first fluffy, white winter snow storm.
Hi everyone. I hope you were able to see the Northern Lights display this week – it’s was reported that they were visible throughout a large section of the US. The vibrant-colored and ever-changing lights are an inspiring sight; one we see quite often in North Dakota and I aim to never take their awesome beauty for granted.