Pumpkin Patch

10 Dec 18
eve poetry

Just before the holidays in 2017, I took a paid day off from work to spend time with my daughters. The plan: to enjoy quality time with my girls with a trip to the pumpkin patch. I set aside my work phone and made a point not to check it until later in the afternoon. […]

10 Dec 18
Baking and Pastry Accomplishes and Fun

Visiting the pumpkin patch is something my family and I have always done, but this farm was different. Here they had a variety of different squashes and pumpkins that each had their own sort of flavor and peculiar looks. I wanted to take one of each home with me, or at least the biggest beet […]

10 Dec 18
5 Minutes with Joe

Meet Stark, who earns his (or her) nickname for my mood while writing (see next paragraph) and ambience of the Featured Image, which I captured using Google Pixel 3 XL on Nov. 18, 2018. The tiger tabby presented for portrait near where Monroe and North avenues meet. Vitals: f/1.8, ISO 58, 1/3906 sec, 4.44mm; 3:19 […]

10 Dec 18
Butterfingrrs

Day 7: After another of Venura’s epic breakfasts, Flo and I hopped back onto the railway tracks down the slope from his place to start our trek towards the Nine Arch Bridge. This time, we headed in the opposite direction to Ella Rock, and back towards Ella Town. We passed the Ella Station where most […]

09 Dec 18
Bloggy Brown

“This year I continued with some favourites from the last harvest (Pink Fir Apple potatoes, Beetroot) and switched out the Turk’s Turban squash for some (hopefully) better tasting varieties: The Boston Hubbard (or Marrow) squash and the Ute Indian squash (a variety cultivated by the Ute tribe of Native Americans, in what is now Colorado […]

09 Dec 18
Meridian Jacobs' Blog

The last blog post about my September trip to Texas was mostly my favorite flower photos. Here are my favorite family photos.Kasen was about 21 months. Kirby is was four and a little bit.I think that I would have loved to have a trampoline when I was a kid. We visited the pumpkin patch to […]

09 Dec 18
LittleGrayThread

A couple months ago, we had the pleasure of visiting the Tanaka Farms x Sanrio Pumpkin Patch, so I was super excited to return for the Holiday Wagon Santa Tours! Parking and Admission Unlike the Pumpkin Patch, you don’t need to reserve a parking pass for the weekends.  Parking is FREE for the Holiday tours.  […]

09 Dec 18
ALEGRIA MARTINEZ

alright everyone, so it’s technically still Fall until December 21st so I’m going to elaborate on all my favorite things that I’ve done during my favorite season (FALL!) One: Make all the cutest halloweeny food! Beef filled bell pepper jack-o-lanterns! Bake a Jack Skellington cake  Make chips made out of cheese, jalapenos and bacon because why not […]

09 Dec 18
Elizabeth

                                                MyFather’s Cars            He’d owned one flashy car in his lifetime, my father, it was a B.M.W. What he’d really wanted was a motorcycle. He’d be like Dr. Joe Gannon, from Medical Center, then. Another Chad Everett? Totally unlike him. They’d nicknamed him “the mouse”in college. Not because he was small or anything, but because […]

09 Dec 18
Katie's Clutter

The moment Dustin and I started talking then dating, was the start of us realizing how we complimented each other on most aspects. His hobbies included hunting, fishing, a complete handyman who happens to be great building pretty much anything out of wood and is a self proclaimed wood hoarder. Me??? I also have hobbies […]

09 Dec 18
Lovables

Please note that this story is purely a work of fiction and all names, characters, places, events and locales are either a product of the author’s imagination or used in a fictous manner. Any resemblance to any event and/or person living and/or dead is purely coincidental. We do not intend on offending any race, religion […]

09 Dec 18
Live Alive

The class CAP 105 – (technology in public relations and advertisement) is exactly what the title of the course states. Its a class in which you learn about different technological tool that are resourceful in public relations and advertising career fields. The course is very hand on when it comes to not only learning about […]

09 Dec 18
The Part-time Gardener

Probably, tons. Unfortunately, I haven’t been out there to do anything or see anything much lately. I have had ongoing major deadlines and have been working most weekends. Sadly, my poor garden has been left to ramble on, unattended by me. I have glanced out at it every now and then, and did spend a […]

08 Dec 18
A French Homestead Life

I have been a little too quiet on this blog.  Life’s ups and downs as they are.  But today in December was wonderfully windy, autumnal and the bright golden leaves looked like the sun had been scattered to the ground ready to swept up for a winter slumber. The chickens were out – the coop can get […]

08 Dec 18

Jessica's Jaunts in Lit

Heart’s Needle by W. D. Snodgrass 1 Child of my winter, born When the new fallen soldiers froze In Asia’s steep ravines and fouled the snows, When I was torn By love I could not still, By fear that silenced my cramped mind To that cold war where, lost, I could not find My peace […]