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I thought I did, but I didn’t … you thought you did, but you didn’t … and of course, they thought they did and almost did …

I really thought I did … … understand how much you needed me. How you laid awake during the darkest hours of the night dreaming of me. Every day you greeted the dawn, longing for the caress of my words. … Continue reading

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Still going …

Well it looks like the weather is going to make my point about our Colorado spring … currently at 10 inches right now and we are expecting the snow to continue through out the night. I just finished digging a … Continue reading

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Wake, waking, and waken … errr … woken …

Yes, I know. We don’t call, we don’t write … and you have been worried sick. I get it. I do. Really. I could bore you with all the tedious and sordid details of why I have not posted over the last … Continue reading

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Magic…..

Wow… This is what the farm looks like in the early morning after a snow. It is fresh, crisp, and just magical. 🙂   THIS is another reason we moved to the farm. 🙂

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New Home For Recipes

Hi Friends! I’ve decided that it is important to keep the integrity of the Brambleshire Farm blog and use it to document our journey here on the farm. SOOO… I’m moving my food, craft, and goodies blog to http://www.winkerdoodles.com . … Continue reading

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The Rescue

Meet Hunter.               (Sorry the photos are so blurry, He was really excited). I do not own Hunter. I don’t know him. Then what is he doing in my car? I “rescued” him. He … Continue reading

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Seasonal White Knuckle Grip and Support for Orphaned Snack Food

They announced on the news this morning that we are expecting snow tomorrow night. SNOW! I know that, here in Colorado, we expect our first frost in the days surrounding the end of September and the beginning of October… but … Continue reading

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