Monthly Archives: September 2013

What I do, and why I’m not posting

About a year ago I was floundering for topics, and Corrie gave me a number to choose from.  I picked a couple of those, but kind of left the rest for the time being, because things had started picking up … Continue reading

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Fowl update

It’s been really fun to watch these guineas grow up with the flock.  There are still 7 of them, while our initial 8 domestic ones has been reduced to 4 – and we don’t know why.  Makes me think perhaps … Continue reading

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Movie day

Sunday afternoon we had two sick kiddos at home who had experienced stomach flu the night before.  We also had a tired mommy who had coped with the stomach flu, and a dog that just likes to snuggle. Which ended … Continue reading

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NSA, encryption, data privacy, and giving up

I usually use this space to post about our family happenings, and the things that happen with our farmette – and occasionally a book review or something else that’s on my mind. I’ve spent the last week or so thinking … Continue reading

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Keeping up with the Keets

We’ve lost another of our ‘domestic’ batch of guinea keets, bringing us down to 5, which actually makes this the highest mortality guinea flock we’ve raised (this is our third). On the flip side, the mother guinea is raising her … Continue reading

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Quick update

I’m out of town this week on business.  I won’t really have many updates of family happenings to post, but am hoping to get 3 good runs in – we’ll see how it goes. We’re down to 6 domestic guineas … Continue reading

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