Monthly Archives: July 2018

Haggling

I used to love a good haggling session. Many years ago my Teresa would get so embarrassed that she would walk away and pretend to be looking at something else as I bargained back and forth over some item. Of … Continue reading

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I’m in the Short Rows Now

I’m in the short rows now. This will have meaning only to those who have grown up on a farm. As a young man my family had a small farm that produced much of the food we consumed year round. … Continue reading

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