The important events that my rancher-husband remembers with great sentiment can probably be counted on one hand. One of which pertains to his first love.
The Daily Republic, 10/08/2012
One of the biggest hazards of dealing with livestock every day is the risk of someone getting their clothes damaged.
The Daily Republic, 09/17/2012
I for one am not ashamed of my coyote-like scavenging. My best cooler was someone’s castoff Styrofoam shipping container in their dumpster.
The Daily Republic, 09/10/2012
Here are some things I do to avoid being an annoying spouse.
The Daily Republic, 09/04/2012
Unlike most people, I consider Monday mornings special. It’s a weekday that means something unexpected will happen; a day that frequently fulfills my fondness for surprises.
The Daily Republic, 08/27/2012
Listening to a scripture reading at church recently reminded me how our nation’s farmers and ranchers repeat one of Jesus’ miracles every day.
The Daily Republic, 08/19/2012
To put visitors’ minds at ease, the best thing to say about a billowing column of smoke is something like, “You may notice the smoke off in the distance. This is normal around here.”
The Daily Republic, 08/05/2012
My husband’s great-grandfather, John A. Kirk, was an economical man and a visionary, capable of growing a good mustache and retaining his full set of teeth.
The Daily Republic, 07/30/2012
My husband jokes that I married him for his land. If that were the case, I would feel differently about kochia weed, bindweed and arid ground.
The Daily Republic, 07/23/2012
When it comes to the human species, there are only two things that have been perpetually hard to understand: men’s hand signals and women.
The Daily Republic, 07/15/2012
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