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Smoky Mornings

On a misty morning like this, With the low hills of northeast Kansas Caressed by fog and covered with dew, And the fresh new of a September morning Muted by such clouds as this, It is hard not to miss … Continue reading

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More Than Incidental Drift

I reckon anyone who grew up in an old, cold house has a great appreciation for a good fireplace. Being reasonably close to warmth is a mighty fine thing on a cold day. Continue reading

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Back in the Old Days

It’s not what it used to be and maybe it never was, but growing up on a farm and in my family provided a good, solid basis for the next of my life. Continue reading

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The Long Count

Some folks go quickly, it seems like Mom is dying one pound at a time… Continue reading

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