I’m going to be blunt: Easter has always felt a bit cold and hollow to me.
There, I said it. Now, let me explain. My dad passed away the day after Easter in April 1971.
I was never an accomplished cattle judge. In fact, the first time I had to judge, formally, was in college. Unlike most of my classmates, I hadn’t had the benefit of years of 4-H or FFA livestock judging. Assessing a “class” of four steers or heifers, ranking them and then giving oral reasons to defend my placings was, for me, a daunting challenge.
It is here
Let me tell you a story.
One of my daughters, 3-year-old Olivia, was sitting in the living room and heard one of her siblings mention “coronavirus.”
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North Dakota Living is recognizing history this month, with stories about women in agriculture and the beginnings of the Bank of North Dakota. In that vein, we thought it appropriate to look back on our own history, as the magazine of North Dakota’s electric cooperatives since 1954.