FarmVille 2: Escaping the City to For the Farm Life

FarmVille 2: ­­­­­­­­­­­Escaping the City to Be On the Farm


Looking out over the farm; you can see cows, chickens, and vegetables a plenty.  So much work to be done, so little time, yet in Farmville you can simply walk away and return when you want to escape the busy life.  Welcome to FarmVille2.


The Hairup Farm got an Electric Charge from the New Deal

My grandmother grew up on a farm in Montpellier, Idaho.  They had a simple life, making just enough to live. I grew up hearing stories about the Hairup Farm ranging from inducing labor before a storm so the town doctor could make it to the house, collecting eggs from chickens, or playing cards for entertainment.  Life was tough making just enough to survive, nothing extra.  The New Deal brought shocking changes to the lives of my family.

My Still Birth and Closing the Bones Ceremony

Those of you that follow my blog know that I have difficulty with my fertility, for those of you who are unaware you can read more about it in Infertility: Endometriosis, Blood Clots (Factor V Leiden), Low Progesterone. Much to my surprise and excitement, I found out I was pregnant on October 20th; which also meant I was pregnant when I wrote that blog post thinking my time as “The Mother” had past and I was entering the time of “The Crone” was starting.   

Teacher Leave Them Kids Alone

“All in all, you’re just another brick in the wall,” (Floyd, Another Brick in The Wall) while traditional schools bind our children to the dark fate of being nothing more than a number, unschoolers break that mold.  They are given carefree, safe, fun learning environments, where the student decides what to focus on.  Unschoolers use: no learning manuals, no text books, no teachers; just a child, the love of learning, and play time.  Compare this to the doldrums classrooms where students are shoe-horned into state certified, brick-like, one-size fits all, curriculums built by politicians, an