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Tuesday, July 13, 2010
The Buzz of Junebugs Filled the Air
We just got back from a trip to my parents' farm in Southwest Missouri. It is a beautiful place and a welcome change from life in the suburbs of Atlanta.
The sights: cows, chickens, gardens, flowers, hay, old farm equipment baking in the sun.
The smells: hay and bacon.
The sounds: junebugs buzzing in the morning, putt putt of a 1956 John Deer tractor pulling us on a hay ride, voices of family, laughter.
I asked my children what they enjoyed the most about being there. Their answer: just being there. Perfect.
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