Monthly Archives: August 2011

Home-made projects for baby! #1

As many of you know, crocheting is one of my favorite past-times and making gifts for expecting mothers makes crocheting even more fun and meaningful.  As I was working on my most recent project, a gift for a dear friend … Continue reading

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Foodonomics

Some thoughts (sprinkled with theology and home-grown photos). I. Food: The Foundation of All Economics These are the things I will argue: A) Food is the foundation of human society. B) A vibrant economy in any people group comes only … Continue reading

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Ron Paul Website Hacked

[begin informative news post] The Ron Paul – Restore America Now presidential campaign website (www.ronpaul2012.com) was hacked Saturday evening, according to an email from the campaign. The campaign was nearing the close of their one-day “money-bomb,” a fundraising tactic they … Continue reading

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Happy Half Birthday Bubby!

Let’s venture back through the past 6 months… Here’s me, Saylor, a ONE-month-old! TWO-months-old THREE-months-old FOUR-months-old FIVE-months-old And here I am, today, SIX-months-old. Please don’t think I’m a girl. I know I’m pretty, but I am ALL BOY! Also, my … Continue reading

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Ron Paul

If you haven’t figured it out by now, we at the ozark house are huge fans of Congressman Ron Paul. We are quite certain he is the best man for the job of President in 2012, and we’re starting to … Continue reading

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I found my goat…

Goat #2 is back! Let’s the rejoicing begin! Here’s how it went down… I went to close up the chicken coop last night at around 10:30 – a little late, because we all forgot to do it (it happens). As … Continue reading

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Difficult Days: Laments and Lessons On the Farm

The difference between dreams and reality is…well…reality. One often imagines things will work out a certain way, imagines all the fine details about how such things will work out, invents grand plans based on the success of such imaginings. Then, … Continue reading

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Review of “The Business of Being Born”

“The Business of Being Born” is a passionate ground-level examination of home childbirth, anchored in a scene in which its executive producer, Ricki Lake, the actress and former talk-show host, gives birth to her second child in a bathtub. That … Continue reading

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I lost my goat…

I got her home. She was very pretty. She was still milking a quart a day. And so on. I put her in the electric-fenced pen I had set up (she’d been on electric fence previously, so I figured she … Continue reading

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