Monthly Archives: August 2008

Transition

Sunday Stroll August 31, 2008 Walking around this morning, I couldn’t help but notice that we’re in transition.  While some views show a bountiful summer, others make me realize that we’re leaving summer and heading to fall.  To see who … Continue reading

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Butternut Squash Pie

Finally! This is the recipe I’ve been waiting to post since I began Farmer’s Daughter.  I’ve been making this pie for about 6 or 7 years, and I feel like it’s my best recipe.  My Great-Grandma Rose always made her pumpkin … Continue reading

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CD’s to Save Paper

School starts tomorrow, and I’ve spent the last hour and a half burning CD’s.  This is the second year that I have burned CD’s to hand out to my AP Environmental Science students.  Last year, as I began handing out … Continue reading

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School Days

I’m back at work.  Yesterday was our first day back at school, and the students will begin on Thursday.  I have to say that I’m in pretty good shape for the start up, with my syllabi ready to be handed … Continue reading

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Open House Picnic

Yesterday was a beautiful day.  I was so happy to see so many family members and friends, and I had such a great time giving tours of our home.  The food was great, too!

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