It seems to her that humans have only one spring, one summer, one fall, and if they’re lucky — or not, depending on your perspective — one winter.
Thanks to all of you I find myself standing here, clutching my prize and beaming over my good fortune.
It’s Thanksgiving, a holiday with many meanings here in the United States. Around the world, expats spend weeks sourcing ingredients for their traditional meal. For most Americans, this day remains an honored ritual of sitting down to eat with family. At some point we will pause to reflect on those things we are grateful for: […]
Happy Thanksgiving to our family, friends and any readers that happen upon Plastic Farm Animals! First and foremost, Bob and I are thankful for Emily, Tyler and our first grandchild Nolan Trout who turns one week old today. Welcome to the planet little Nolan! Second, I’m thankful for delicious Thanksgiving memories going all the way back to Nana granting me […]
Most folks who stay in one place long enough already know what Bob and I are just now finding out. If you build social capital with a particular group of people, at some point you can expect dividends. Wikipedia describes a dividend as a payment made by a corporation to its shareholders, usually as a […]