Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Sheep are Shorn

I was lucky enough to be invited to a fellow Guild member’s farm to see her sheep get their spring shearing, and to help skirt the fleeces.  Her flock are Navajo Churro, a rare breed developed in the Southwestern USA.  These … Continue reading

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An unlikely miracle

I read a definition of miracle while my wrist was broken. Like all foggy pain-sodden discoveries, I can’t lay eyes on the exact words but it went something like this “A miracle can be an act that affects one person, … Continue reading

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