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By LuAnn Schindler
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Original views on life in rural America

 

August 8, 2019

During the Antelope County Fair, I saw a lot of fun T-shirts proclaiming "Keep calm, it's fair week" or "I heart 4-H" or "4-H Head Heart Hands Health."

Next year, I think I'll sport one that declares "I survived being a 4-H grandma."

Not that I did as much work as my grandson's parents overseeing the preparing of projects for the week-long event, but ... I did push, -er, help him decide which projects to try.

And I did survive a two-day barn quilt workshop, where hopes for more Husker decor to adorn our porch soured when Jorden opted for a Minecraft version.

Right-brained creative grandma v...



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