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“We are looking for a Farm. Someday, we’d like to live on a farm.” John and Laura said.

 John’s Son-in-Law asks. “What kind of animals will you have?”

Laura replied. “Only the kind that can come in the house.”

“Then what will you grow? What kind of crops.” Son-in-Law asked sincerely.

John and Laura smiled and said: “On our farm we will grow Conversation.”

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CONVERSATION

An engagement between two or more beings for the exchange of ideas, illumination, inspiration, comfort, directions, healing, understanding, loving and learning. 

Have you had a good one recently?

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JOHN M. MATSON: Thinker, Strategist, Lover, Father, Husband, Grandfather, Friend.

LAURA MATSON HAHN: Writer, Author, Creative Crafter, Communication Strategist. Daughter, Wife, Aunt, Friend

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5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by char on December 29, 2011 at 2:17 am

    Laura and John,
    What a delight to see your beautiful smiles again. I’m looking forward to living vicariously through your adventures the next three months. Create an amazing 2012!

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  2. Posted by Alice Thorpe on February 8, 2012 at 4:31 pm

    Hi Laura, John,

    We northerners have been spared the wind, snow, sleet and ice that almost drove some of us down to Florida… nonetheless I’m still “wishing I was there”. It looks like a great place. Looking forward to conversations when you return. Warm regards, Alice

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    • Thanks, Alice! So good to hear from you and so glad the north was spared the hell we all went through last year. as you say, never-the-less, discovering this haven has been amazing. Look forward to conversations with you, too. Hope your house is finished or coming along nicely. Thanks for commenting.

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  3. John and Laura: It was lovely meeting you all last night at Sherri’s garden! I hope to run into you all again sometime in the future. I wish you both luck on your oncoming journey and on your book too, Laura! Thank you for the wonderful conversation 😀

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