I have learned that there is a right and wrong way to garage sale.
Even though the garden and yard are labors of love, sometimes just getting away for a few days provides a whole new outlook on things.
The music festivals in Muscle Shoals are winding down and school is getting ready to start. Retirement plans are in the works.
Caleb enjoys his time being a dad.
We can hardly wait for summer to get here, and when it does we are so busy that we sometimes don't take time to enjoy the important stuff.
Putting together a cookbook is quite the chore, but it is a labor of love.
I was thrilled to watch a baby fawn that was born in our yard grow...until I realized that mom and dad were munching on my garden and having my flowers for dessert.
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