Pages tagged with Rural Life

Where we left off Jean has gone to spend Christmas with her boyfriend and his family. Katie-Ann is furious and little Carissa doesn't understand why her sister Jean could not be home for Christmas.
The sisters were in Sydney and when they came home Katie-Ann was told that Jean was spending Christmas with her boyfriend's family for Christmas. We are beginning to see the rift between Jean and Katie-Ann.
Where we left off Carissa is finally told about her family history. She couldn't remember her mama when she was well. Katie-Ann present Carissas with a locket and chain as a gift from her mother to always remember her by. This is one of my favorite scenes in the book.
Where we left off Carissa's parents died when she was four years old. She was close to her father but not close to her mother because her mother had a stroke and died shortly after hearing the news that her husband was killed in China. Carissa asks Katie-Ann to tell her about her mot...
Where we left off. The young Carissa is a lonely child who is alienated from her peers at school. She develops an imaginary friend, and has dreams of her dead father who talks to her in her dreams.
Sometimes we take for granted the services we have in big cities. We forget that these services are often not available in town, village, or rural areas,
The events around one period of my life in South Georgia
All over the developing world. People are leaving the countryside and flooding into the cities to try to find a better standard of living.
The Federal Statistical Office leaves no way out: in 2013, as many as 13 million people were at risk of falling into poverty. The locomotive of Europe falters.
In modern days it is very comfortable to live in rural areas. The facilities made available in rural areas are many and varied.Communication facilities,construction of village roads under pradhanmantri gram sadak yogona(pmgsy),facilities of drinking water, facilities of medical tre...
Homesteading is when a person starts their own small scale farm for the purpose of living off the land, either to save money or out of environmental concerns for sustainability and self sufficiency. Here are some homesteading tips. Note that I tried to be a homesteader but did not g...
How interdependent are farmers and consumers? This page takes a little time to show the connection and interdependence of the people who grow the food with the people who consume the food.
We are very fortunate to live where we do on the fringe of the English Lake District where we are spoiled for choice by the sheer number of beautiful places we can visit within easy reach of our homes,but for most of these we need to travel some distance by car or other transport. The...
This page is about rural living which have the ability to give peace to our mind
Within this page, are some of my memories of home. I will be putting some more thoughts of home on more pages later on but for now, this is a good start.
A poem about a covered bridge near my house and how much I like it. It truly is a wonderful sight.
There is a lot more than we know or understand "behind closed doors"! Domestic Voilence should not be tolerated, at any cost. But still some women give up to their self respect and dignity to amaze most of us, but there are always 3 sides of the story.......
When you feel bored with your daily routine works, here is the answer.
A look back at an isolated childhood, free of technology and the MTV generation.
What will an urban and a rural person do if they meet each other? Read this writing through.
Ambitions drive us mad for progress and prosperity making us a lot unhappy. Conversely, traditional lifestyle of rural people keep them happy with what they already have with their strong faith in their destinies.
Rural living is a life that not many will accustom to, a way that not many people will want to do especially of the time of today.
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