Summer of Change

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Summertime is special. As a farmer’s son, summers were a mix of freedom and work. We always had responsibilities from cultivating corn to cleaning barns to weeding our gardens. We also had a strong sense of freedom, being able to explore, think, and play. Summers produced a good farmer’s tan (arms up to our short sleeves, face and neck) and a refreshed inner wellbeing. The prairies enlighten our souls with possibilities. Tweet On the farm in the 1970s, few distractions happened. No technology ..  show all text

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