Disaster strikes when the cow gets down.
Daddy came in to supper, worried to death. Bessie, our cow had had a calf and had “got down.” This was a catastrophe. “Getting down” meant certain death for the cow and a disaster for us. “Oh, Lord! What in the world will we do? We’ve got to have milk for the kids. And we’ll lose the calf, too.” Mama was calm, not panicking, so, I knew this was
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Hi everyone! I want to thank everyone who voted in the U.S. Blogging Event poll over the last month. I also want to thank those who spread the word on WordPress and/or on social media. A huge thank you also goes out to Tracy from A Joyful Process for putting together the poll. The U.S. Blogging Event will be held on Saturday, September 2, 2017 in… Chicago! The committee will now spend time searching for a location in Chicago over the next few months. Once the location is found, we’ll give you more details. Please feel free to spread the word on the location via WP and/or social media. Will you be attending? Thanks again everyone!
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