THE DIRT The remains of the squash
I will share just a little bit of background information, in case you're new to my blog.
We belong to a CSA (short for Community Supported Agriculture), Bluebird Gardens. As a part of our membership ... Posted on 2/8/13 at 10:00 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Dipping My Toes
They say the four stages of living abroad are as follows: Honeymoonits aaaall good! Hostilitythis place stinks with all its corruption and pollution and no English TV! Humorsettling in allows you to l... Posted on 2/25/12 at 9:19 AM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Happy Birthday to the Boy!
Yes January and February are the months where everyone in the family (except me) has a birthday. It is a great time when we celebrate each others lives, take a night to eat special food, and get each... Posted on 2/10/12 at 6:30 AM
BOY SCOUT BLOG Historic Day for Scouting in the Northern Lights Council,BSA
On Thursday, June 30th at 11:15 A.M., Scouts and Scouters will gather at the site of the new Jon L. Wanzek Center for Scouting for our Groundbreaking. The site is at the corner of42nd Street and 19t... Posted on 6/29/11 at 5:45 PM
STAFF BLOG FAITH FORUM First Assembly in Fargo hosts Family Summer Celebration
First Assembly of God in Fargo will host a Family Summer Celebration from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday in the parking lot of the church. This free event features food, carnival games, inflatables, radar pi... Posted on 8/28/10 at 9:56 AM
In 1969 a group of local history lovers formed a nonprofit organization, Fort Seward Inc., and organized the first Fort Seward Wagon Train. Re-enacting journeys of western pioneers turned out to be so popular, 39 years later — on June 29 — the wagon train will once again set out on its annual trek across the prairie.
By Jackie Hyra, The Jamestown Sun
, June 23, 2008
In late April, tiny pastel bits of a giant San Antonio party show up everywhere: trickling from your hair, embedded in the carpet under your desk, stuck to your furniture. The confetti comes from an egg that was cracked over your head by a mischievous friend or relative, and it’s inescapable.
Michelle Roberts The Associated Press
, March 26, 2008
This is an interesting day. It marks the end of 15 days of Chinese New Year’s celebrations. In that country it is marked by the lantern festival. Typically, horoscopes are probed and planetary positions are charted especially if there’s a wedding or birth expected in the new year.
Cabin Fever Days kicks off today with events and activities for residents to enjoy. It’s good to see organizations and businesses getting into the winter celebration as through the years participation has dwindled to the nearly nonexistent. This year, with the cold weather, the term “cabin fever” has taken on new meaning.
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