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There has never been a doubt I am a sucker for babies. Babies of all types — human, dog, rabbits, horses, even baby chicks. It may be because I was saddled at an early age with a little boy my … more
I really enjoy gardening. I especially like to plant and harvest. The hard slog between the two, not so much. I also enjoy summer vegetables, like yellow squash and fresh tomatoes. Often I will … more
I have long searched for a way to describe how I feel about my home state of Florida, without success, until I discovered a word in Welsh that has no English equivalent.  The word is … more
If you ask 50 people what home means, or what home is, you will get 50 answers. But if there is one thing the pandemic has taught us, it is a lot more than four walls. Sure, right now there is a … more
Our office late last month resembled every other property in Park County that is under renovation. The furniture was crammed where it did not belong, the computers were disconnected from the server … more
When the children were little, especially the three oldest girls, I sewed all the time. As a stay-at-home mom, I was always whipping up cute little outfits for them and making my own clothing … more
About a year ago, we adopted a corgi. Or perhaps it is more accurate to say the corgi lowered himself to come live with us.  If you are unfamiliar with the breed, it is the same type of pup … more
In our short stint here in Wyoming, we have begun to enjoy some of the benefits of residency. Of course, before the family joined me, I took advantage of being so close to Yellowstone and spent a day … more
I saw a recent study that indicated moving can be as stressful to a family, or moreso, than divorce. The researchers could have asked me and saved themselves a lot of time, money and trouble: It is. … more
In this especially contentious election year, there is one thing on which we should all agree. Voting has never been more important than it is today. Whether you believe things have got to change … more
It is a difficult time to be a newspaperman or woman. It is also, with perhaps the exception of national crisis or war, the most important time to be in this business. Back in the days of World … more
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