Daily Archives: August 28, 2008

Labor Day III – The Little Red Hen

  Once there was a Little Red Hen who lived in a barnyard with her three chicks and a duck, a pig and a cat. One day the Little Red Hen found some grains of wheat. "Look look!" she clucked. … Continue reading

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Up the Valley Again & Labor Day I – 10 Best Labor Day Songs

  On our last trip up the valley the yard at the home place was mowed, the pantry organized and the kitchen was readied for cooking. Today the house on the back road was put in order (well, a little) … Continue reading

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Labor Day II – The Farmer and His Sons

  The Farmer and His Sons A rich old farmer, who felt that he had not many more days to live, called hissons to his bedside. "My sons," he said, "heed what I have to say to you. Do noton … Continue reading

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Labor Day IV – The Ant and the Grasshopper

    Retold from Aesop by Rohini Chowdhury Once there lived an ant and a grasshopper in a grassy meadow. All day long the ant would work hard, collecting grains of wheat from the farmer’s field far away. She would … Continue reading

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