Posted by: firstfruitsfarmne | May 7, 2008

Afternoon at the park

About one mile from our house is our tiny town.  It is all of about three blocks and has a bank, post office, co-op(every town has one out here), taxidermy, and pub.  Population 57, or so I’ve heard.  However, it has the nicest little park smack dab in the middle.  I think you know where I’ll be hanging out!

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  1. It certainly is a BRIGHT and BEAUTIFUL “smack dab in the middle.” Or maybe that’s due to all those smiling faces!!

  2. Hi! I found the link to your site from another blog. You have such a beautiful family! God is so good! 🙂

  3. I found your link on Tammy’s Recipes and thought “surely NE doesn’t mean NEBRASKA?!?” And it does! I live south of Kearney, in the central part of the state. My town is population 80, but we only have the co-op, feed store, and post office. It’s pretty quiet. (And our park isn’t nearly so nice – complete with sandburs.)

    I’m looking forward to reading your blog! You have a very lovely family. And, if I may say, I noticed you mentioned midwives back in your post on calving. If you happen to be interested in midwifery care, please contact me (I think you can see my e-mail?) – I’m vice-chair of the Nebraska Friends of Midwives and we’re always looking for new members.

    Welcome to the state – it really is “the good life”!

  4. Love your beautiful babies, Kim!!!!! 🙂

    ~Aunt Lydia 🙂

  5. I know that town! I used to work in the town pub washing dishes! I live about 10-12 miles from there! Crazy how small this world is. You have a beautiful family…

    Heather


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