Archive for December, 2011
Â Â Â Happy New Year from all of us at Milk and Honey Farm! May the Lord bless you and all the ones you love.
Snow, snow, beautiful SNOW!
My son, his wife, and four teen age Grandsons went home to Indiana, yesterday.Â Today, it is called “clean up” and “recover”.Â The guest room sheets have been changed and the air mattresses that the kids slept on have been deflated and stuffed under the bed.Â The laundry has been conquered and put away. My […]
Turkey soup, Packers Football, and to all a good night.
Ginger is our oldest Great Pyrenees female. She is eleven. Ginger is a full time guardian of our flocks and herds. She even likes the barn cats and they love to curl up beside her.Â She has mothered many beautiful puppies in her day. Her last litter was three years ago. The dogs that patrol […]
I need info on how to get in touch with folks who train dogs for therapy or companion dogs.Â Wondering if the “Wounded Warrior” program does this. Does any one have information ?
Wrapping Christmas presents, baking Ginger cookies, watching after 10 new born Great Pyrenees puppies, talking to friends on the phone, and getting ready to gather the eggs for more cookies. Life is good.
Baker Creek Heirloom seeds make GREATÂ Christmas gifts. My suggestion is to give a gift that keeps on giving!
Our Great Pyrenees puppies arrived last night. Sunday and Boaz are the parents. This is Sunday’s first litter. She did really GOOD!Â The pups are fat and healthy. Sunday is the daughter of Jesse and Asher. That makes Asher a Grandpa.Â The pups will be ready to go to their new homes in late March […]
I am rereading a book by Debbie and Michael Pearl. (“To Train Up A Child)Â The book is excellent and should be read by every parent or parent to be. While my children are middle aged and my Grandchildren are in their teens, I still learn from this book. Maybe I can pass some of […]