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Worth the Pain

Ever see somebody knock themselves out? I saw my oldest brother do it twice in twenty minutes. Who knew milking cows could be so dangerous? Continue reading

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Earth Day, 2014

It’s always a bit scary to see someone else take over something that we’ve loved and cared for. It’s plain painful to see them abuse it. Continue reading

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A More Accurate Account

While childhood stories might become “fantasized” to some degree, our personal testimony should never be glorifed. Sometimes, we wrestle with demons. Sometimes, we lose. Continue reading

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Hayloft-Part I

At the beginning of the winter season, the summer stacking of a few thousand sixty-pound bales of alfalfa nearly filled the space of the hayloft in the stock barn on our Todd County dairy farm. Continue reading

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Promises of the Wind

“All of work
will one day
have its reward.” Continue reading

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The Blame Game

Sometimes I take blame with a spoon and dish it out with a shovel. Other times, I feel as if I am the only common factor in all of the troubles I think I’ve endured. Continue reading

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