Category Archives: Farm Life

Murray’s Cheese

Today, I received exciting news!  A reader commented on a long ago blog post about my troubles with Cold Eeze lozenges and included that she…“Was DELIGHTED to see Murray’s Cheese Shoppe in NYC’s West Village is now carrying your cheese – … Continue reading

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What Kind Of Coat Do You Wear?

Is it a Front Door Coat or a Back Door Coat? Oh!  You thought I meant rain coat, ski coat, trench coat, nice coat? No.  I mean is yours a Front Door Coat or a Back Door Coat.  There is … Continue reading

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Antique Preserves

We have a neighbor we’ve recently come to know; a friendly, toothless, older fellow who parked himself in Penrose back in the 1970’s.  He has stopped by briefly in the past, thrice encountering only the woman of the house yet … Continue reading

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We Broke Ground!

Saturday, Larry the foundation guy, began squaring and flattening and digging for The Goat Cheese Lady Creamery foundation! It’s actually happening!  This is a side job to his full time job pouring foundations during the week, so it’ll be completed … Continue reading

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Maybe I’ll write a book.

It’s dangerous cutting onions. Which is what I was doing just before calling my sister. We were both cooking dinner. I told her I’ve been thinking about (for 6 years) writing a book.  I think about it every winter when … Continue reading

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Thank you! We made it! (and 10% off)

Around August 1st, I started selling $100 Boxes of my farm-made goat milk soaps, lotions and lip balms with the goal of selling 130 to make the $13,000 necessary to to pay for the cement foundation of The Goat Cheese Lady … Continue reading

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Sometimes, It’s Better To Come In Second

I had the honor of being invited by my sister to attend the Colorado’s Finest celebration dinner last Thursday night featuring “young professionals between the ages of 25-45 who are successful in their chosen career,” who had spent months raising money … Continue reading

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