“They aren’t getting older,” she replied, “They’re becoming even more classic!”
What does one feed a wild goose?
Farm kids find a variety of ways to entertain themselves. Jerry Nelson recalls riding cows, building tunnels from bales of hay and straw, and searching for newborn kittens.
It’s Easter, that time of year here in the Midwest that marks the end of Almost Spring and heralds the arrival of Whoops, I Guess It’s Still Winter.
“After being married all these years, one hopes that the electricity is still there. You just don’t want it to be the kind that comes from your household wiring,” says Jerry Nelson.
These visitors were much more impressive up close and in real life.
In Kentucky, twenty acres and a pond, we were told, is the ideal farmette.
By the time we get to this part of the calendar, the majority of us are sick and tired of winter.
“Considering the risks, I’m going to continue to obtain my fish the way God intended: from the frozen food section,” Jerry Nelson says.
The mere act of achieving orbit, it seems, is the world’s most dangerous and intense rollercoaster ride.