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We’re really seeing the effects from our 2 year drought, here in Texas. It’s been so bad at times, that almost DAILY I would either hear limbs breaking and falling or ENTIRE TREES cracking and falling to the ground somewhere on our 10 acres of wooded wonder land. It’s been truly sad to watch. So, Read More →

I won’t rehash all the news, as you can find it anywhere. But, I do want to highlight a couple finer points that in my opinion, are not only irresponsible, but, flat should NEVER happen. Period. Now, living just mere miles away from the Bastrop wildfire, and the fact my Husband works in Bastrop, we’ve Read More →

Well, I really can’t verify that my poor dog was beaten up by a cow, but… As usual, every morning I let out my posse for their morning run on our 10 acres of wooded land, which consists of… A black and white long haired Chihuahua (who was left abandoned running the streets of our Read More →

Living in the middle of 10 acres of woods in Texas, we have more than our fair share of ticks pretty much year round. The best way to remove a tick is with tweezers. You want to get the tweezers between the skin and the ticks head. Then, pull straight UP to remove the “sucker Read More →

I grew up in a small town, where everybody knows your name and everything about you. You know…a place where your parents knew what you did, almost before you were done doing it. It was 1 mile long, we had one stop light and I still remember the day we got our first McDonald’s. I Read More →

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Well, it’s July and the strangest things are going on this year. Now, we’re used to the big bug explosion we see every spring. And even used to the June bugs that literally bomb us every year. But, this year has brought some new, very strange oddities… As I’ve mentioned before, we live in the Read More →