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A notes from a country kitchen


Fri, Nov 29th, 2002
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Journal Writing Project-Kyle Anderson

Fri, Nov 29th, 2002
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As I walk through the halls at my high school, I see kids huddled in their groups of friends talking about what happened on the weekend. Conversations about what movie someone went to, a place someone visited, or something that a person bought. Nothi ..... 
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The Commute: Joy at the Dome

Fri, Nov 29th, 2002
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My family and I made the trip to the championship game last Saturday. My kids, ages three and seven, had never seen the Metrodome. They speculated before our trip about how big it would be, and whether theyd see any Minnesota Vikings or Twins just h ..... 
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Township Roads Bragging Rights

Fri, Nov 29th, 2002
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Deb and I traveled to Minot recently to attend the Board meeting of our national farm management instructors organization. One of our colleagues told us that he had received a nice compliment from his administrator back home. He was asked, "What bun ..... 
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Journal Writing Project-Matt Ruen

Fri, Nov 22nd, 2002
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This recent Tuesday, at the gloaming hour,  I sat me down, a sad lament to write.  This poem unfolded like a budding flowr,  As I did long for frosty snow so white.
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Prairie Notes -The near-winter landscape

Fri, Nov 22nd, 2002
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Some seasons get all the breaks. Take spring, for example. Most of us look forward to the budding trees, the greening lawns, and even the yellowing dandelions. Summer, too, holds the promise of pinks and blues and purples in gardens and on bushes gal ..... 
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Student Writing Project - Jacob Grant

Fri, Nov 15th, 2002
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What do you want out of life? Can you remember the last time someone asked you this intriguing question, or the last time you asked yourself? Quite possibly, its been years since this subject has arisen. The reason for this may be because you are mo ..... 
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Another One From Flaherty

Fri, Nov 15th, 2002
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I was reading one of my Spanish textbooks yesterday in an effort to restore my vocabulary when I realized that my Spanish texts are over fifty years old. If I am going to be able to speak in that language, I had better buy some new books or at least ..... 
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