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Date:8/28/2014 4:06:50 AM
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Farming, Old and New, Part II
The sun was out, the grass was finally green, the sky blue as can be with big fluffy white clouds. There were the gorgeous horses calmly grazing, happy kids playing in the yard, a mother-like woman was outside seeming to plan out the garden for the summer, while the man of the house was fixing a fence. It was like something off a modern day Norman Rockwell- like greeting card. It was just so peaceful, and calming, and happy.

I am not a crier. I don't cry unless the situation really warrants it. But on this day, even my tough outward appearance had to crack a bit and allow a few minutes of tear-filled eyes at the beautiful picture before me. The scene I had witnessed allowed me a brief glimpse into a simpler lifestyle, while I was driving my brand new GPS controlled tractor that drives itself, pulling a brand new vertical till. I will keep that vision tucked in away in my head for the rest of my life. Moments like that are a rare beauty and the power of those moments can make a bad day seem a little bit better and easier. --Amanda Truckey
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