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Hiking in the Manhattan area – Konza Prairie

November 13th, 2013 · No Comments · Travels, Uncategorized

I covered an assignment for a Field Rep over the weekend and normally when I go to the field I’m authorized overtime, usually working 14-16 hours days.  Since overtime isn’t allowed any longer and I only work 8 hours, this leaves plenty of time to explore the area I’m in and, truthfully, I’ve enjoyed it […]

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Barn Fire

March 1st, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Pictures of the barn fire. We’re all doing fine. Ed and I are heading into town for feed and supplies so I will post an update later this afternoon. THANK YOU again to the entire community of Goessel. I just can’t express how very lucky and grateful we are!!!!

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Osage Indian Headrights

June 6th, 2011 · 5 Comments · Uncategorized

I’ve been asked many times over the years about my tribe’s headrights so I thought I would do a couple of posts explaining more about them.  I say couple because I doubt I would have the time to explain it all at once! LOL  There’s a lot of details and some absolutely fascinating information.  In […]

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I’m in The New Yorker!

May 11th, 2011 · 3 Comments · Pioneer Woman, Uncategorized

Remember my posting calling Bullshit! on Ree Drummond, Pioneer Woman?  Well holy hell my Aunt Carole emailed and told that it got quoted in The New Yorker Magazine!  I don’t live near a place that carries it so I asked a friend to email me a copy.  I must say, it’s definitely NOT the most […]

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Have you heard about Necktize?

March 28th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized

Some years ago my mom and her twin sister started making crafty stuff – indian dreamcatchers, native american dolls, beaded bracelets, all kinds of stuff.  These two look-alikes would load up their vehicles and travel around Kansas and Oklahoma to set up booths at powwows and craft shows and they would come home loaded with […]

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You will NOT believe this!

February 25th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized

Narfo just called. I KNOW!  I couldn’t believe it either.  You won’t believe what he said! N- Hello Lisa?  This is Narfo.  From the government tech support.  Do you remember me? L- Yes!  Hi Narfo! N- I wondered if you had any luck getting your access manager to activate. L- Nope.  Still a blue triangle […]

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Waves of snow

February 11th, 2011 · 2 Comments · Life on the farm, Uncategorized

We were recently treated to two solid days of snow falling and temps well below zero.  It wasn’t fun. But it was pretty! We’d been snowbound for a couple of days, including Ed, because of the 2′ of snow on the driveway. We were all snug in the warm house but when I told Ed […]

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Still alive and kicking

February 11th, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Once again, my life took a turn and, while exciting and financially rewarding, it left little time for blogging.  I’ve missed it so much and I’m determined to get back to it.  Blogging is a great outlet for me and probably helps keep me sane.  With spring and summer coming up, there’s just too much […]

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Did I ever tell you I was a calendar girl?

October 11th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized

Yes, oh yes, I was.  During my sophomore year of college I entered a Delta Upsilon fraternity calendar girl contest and was chosen as one of the twelve lucky young ladies selected for a photo shoot over the summer.  I was in contact with some of the girls during the summer and we all anxiously […]

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Loopy confesses

September 30th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized

I’ve written extensively about my hormone struggles over the past few months and it’s been an adventure like none other.  Learning more about my body and how things functions has, by default, demanded that I tend to my needs which were usually swept under the rug over the past 15 years.  Children do that do […]

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