Milking Bench

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Vintage Primitive Barn Red Bench Milking Stool
Vintage Primitive Barn Red Bench Milking Stool
$69.99
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Antique Primitive Painted Wood Stool Sitting Bench Possibly Milking Stool
Antique Primitive Painted Wood Stool Sitting Bench Possibly Milking Stool
$137.50
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PRIMITIVE VINTAGE MILKING STOOL FARM BARN COUNTRY CRICKET WOOD PAINT BENCH TABLE
PRIMITIVE VINTAGE MILKING STOOL FARM BARN COUNTRY CRICKET WOOD PAINT BENCH TABLE
$39.99
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AAFA ANTIQUE STOOL MILKING BENCH STAND DECORATIVE APRON DRY OYSTER WHITE PAINT
AAFA ANTIQUE STOOL MILKING BENCH STAND DECORATIVE APRON DRY OYSTER WHITE PAINT
$59.99
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Antique Wood Bench Stool Milking Old Green Paint AAFA Folk Art Primitive
Antique Wood Bench Stool Milking Old Green Paint AAFA Folk Art Primitive
$140.00
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Painted Wood Milking Foot Stool 3 Legged Bench Rest PA Primitive Folk Art AAFA
Painted Wood Milking Foot Stool 3 Legged Bench Rest PA Primitive Folk Art AAFA
$135.00
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Antique Primitive Wood BENCH MILKING STOOL SEAT Furniture Old Vtg Stand Table
Antique Primitive Wood BENCH MILKING STOOL SEAT Furniture Old Vtg Stand Table
$99.99
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Antique Primitive Wood MILKING STOOL Step Bench seat Old Vtg Furniture Decor
Antique Primitive Wood MILKING STOOL Step Bench seat Old Vtg Furniture Decor
$99.99
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Vintage Antique Original Primitive Portable Wood Garden Bench Milking Stool
Vintage Antique Original Primitive Portable Wood Garden Bench Milking Stool
$134.99
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Antique Primitive Wood Garden BENCH Seat Milking Stool Old Vtg Wooden
Antique Primitive Wood Garden BENCH Seat Milking Stool Old Vtg Wooden
$199.99
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Antique Primitive Wood Garden BENCH Seat Milking Stool GREEN Old Vtg Wooden
Antique Primitive Wood Garden BENCH Seat Milking Stool GREEN Old Vtg Wooden
$199.99
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Old Vintage Rustic Primitive Metal Cow Milk Stool Bench Country Farm Tool 3 Leg
Old Vintage Rustic Primitive Metal Cow Milk Stool Bench Country Farm Tool 3 Leg
$46.99
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Primitive Country Wood Milk Stool Foot Stool Bench Plant Stand
Primitive Country Wood Milk Stool Foot Stool Bench Plant Stand
$59.98
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Old Vintage Rustic Primitive Metal Cow Milk Stool Bench Country Farm Tool 3 Leg
Old Vintage Rustic Primitive Metal Cow Milk Stool Bench Country Farm Tool 3 Leg
$75.00
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Vintage Primitive Wooden Foot Stool Bench Milking Stool Step Stool
Vintage Primitive Wooden Foot Stool Bench Milking Stool Step Stool
$14.99
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Vintage Black Wood Bench Stool Illinois College Seal Milking Style Gold Accent
Vintage Black Wood Bench Stool Illinois College Seal Milking Style Gold Accent
$24.99
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Bench Wood Primitive Stool Wooden Mortised Leg Milking Farm Country 13x 11
Bench Wood Primitive Stool Wooden Mortised Leg Milking Farm Country 13x 11
$148.88
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Antique Primitive Hearth Milking Stool OLD Vtg Farmhouse Cricket Bench 14 AAFA
Antique Primitive Hearth Milking Stool OLD Vtg Farmhouse Cricket Bench 14 AAFA
$69.98
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Vintage Oak Wood Folk Art Handmade Small Bench Milking Foot Stool Appalachia
Vintage Oak Wood Folk Art Handmade Small Bench Milking Foot Stool Appalachia
$39.99
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Antique Foot Stool Primitive Traces Original Green Paint Footstool Milking Bench
Antique Foot Stool Primitive Traces Original Green Paint Footstool Milking Bench
$125.00
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Vintage Primitive Wooden Wood Foot Stool Bench Milking Stool Step Stool
Vintage Primitive Wooden Wood Foot Stool Bench Milking Stool Step Stool
$20.40
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Primitive Bench Milking Stool Barnwood bench Barnwood stool Handmade bench
Primitive Bench Milking Stool Barnwood bench Barnwood stool Handmade bench
$85.00
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Primitive Country Wood Milk Stool Foot Stool Bench Plant Stand Farmhouse
Primitive Country Wood Milk Stool Foot Stool Bench Plant Stand Farmhouse
$14.99
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Antique Primitive Farm Bench Milking Stool Layers of Paint
Antique Primitive Farm Bench Milking Stool Layers of Paint
$149.99
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Antique Shaker Milking Stool or small Bench from Canterbury New Hampshire
Antique Shaker Milking Stool or small Bench from Canterbury New Hampshire
$175.00
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Antique Primitive Wood MILKING STOOL Bench 4 Leg chair Old Vtg Furniture Rustic
Antique Primitive Wood MILKING STOOL Bench 4 Leg chair Old Vtg Furniture Rustic
$199.99
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Vintage Rustic Primitive Wooden Country Farm House Milking Stool Bench
Vintage Rustic Primitive Wooden Country Farm House Milking Stool Bench
$16.99
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Antique Primitive Painted Wood Stool Sitting Bench Possibly Milking Stool
Antique Primitive Painted Wood Stool Sitting Bench Possibly Milking Stool
$260.00
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How To Enhance Your Personal Happiness

How often have you heard the cry "All I want is to be happy?" Sometimes this has been followed with," Surely, that's not too much to ask for?"
Not too much to ask for. This suggests two things for me. That the person thinks that happiness is an entitlement and that it is someone else's responsibility to give this or make this for them.
I have had various periods throughout life when I would say that I have been happy and also other times when I have been unhappy.
I began to think about the happiness question and chose to look at my childhood in my quest for a possible answer.

My maternal grandparents lived on a farm which was very isolated. It was not on a bus route. After taking three buses then a taxi we would have to walk the remainder of the way over fields and dirt tracks to the house. Until I was nearly seven, we spent a great deal of time there. Sometimes my twin sister and our mum would go and dad would visit on a weekend. Often it was just my sister and I in the summer for 6-8 weeks at a time. The only people we saw were my elderly grandparents and an uncle who lived there too. Other farm hands converged on us when it was lambing or dipping time.A grocery van came twice a week, as did a baker. The butcher came once a week and a drapery van twice a year. That was always a bit of an occasion! We had our own cows for milk. I can't recall fish being a part of our diet. There was a television which was switched on for wrestling on a Saturday afternoon and twice a week for Crossroads. This was such a big event that we would all get washed and scrubbed, then change into our best clothes to sit and worship the box for half an hour. We went to bed early and were up early. Papa would knock gently on the bedroom window and meowed pretending to be a kitten. We would always go along with
this charade in delight and rise to go find the cat.

I was deliriously happy! I am now able forty years later to recall in vivid detail period of my life. To me, life seemed full of texture. Yet, I am sure that the majority of people would have felt deprived leading such a narrow type of existence.

Why was I happy?

1.I was comfortable with who I was. There was no one around to compare myself with either favourably or disfavourably.I thought as I wanted to and behaved as I chose to with no negative feedback from anyone.

2.I was often alone, but never lonely. I always felt particularly close to my grandfather and my uncle and got the distinct impression that they enjoyed me for who I was and I know that even back then I was somewhat "off the wall!" They were there whenever I wanted them but did not intrude on my time or tell me what I should be doing (in the knowledge that I was safe and doing no harm.)I had lots of animals around me, dogs, sheep, and cows. I had wood pigeons and a bull finch called Hughie Stewart. I thought that they knew me personally and their recognition made me feel special.

3.I had the ability to adapt to my surroundings. At home, I had toys, books, other people's dogs and friends on my terms. At Cumberhead, I had lots of animals around and knew where to go to see foxes and badgers. There were wild violets, berries to pick, smell of hay, brooks, opportunity for creative play, and cow platters!

4.I took what I could from wherever I happened to be. I didn't hanker to go home. When it was time to go home, sometimes a couple of months later, I looked at this as something else to enjoy. I could take pleasure from the moment I was in and not look for the problems.

5.I was extrovert and creative. I took responsibility for my own enjoyment, physical and mental stimulation. I invented games. I developed a scoring system for jumping in cow platters, based on how fresh it was the amount of crust on top and number of flies interested. No one was ever angry about the state I arrived back in. I would sleep during the day so that I could watch the badgers at night. I sometimes slept in the barn so that I could be with a particular dog or an orphaned lamb.

6.I felt safe. No one was ever angry .Everyone treated each other fairly. Animals were respected. I wasn't aware of what was happening in the world but I knew I was in control of how my days were and I was never bored.

7.There were large vegetable, fruit, and flower gardens. Egg laying hens, milking cows, sheep. It was an environment that changed with the season and was always exciting to me. I was encouraged by as sense of constant springtime. A time of hope and new growth. Optimism pervaded life.

8.I am sure life for us was different, perhaps even strange compared with that of our peers, but it had its own structure and a sense of security. I had a sense of purpose. My goals were realistic and achievable and not influenced by what others were doing or felt I should be doing. They did not compromise my values. I only wanted to be with "my" animals. I spoke to them and enjoyed them at all stages. I was not criticised by others for being so animal orientated. I packed as much as I could into my day. I went to bed tired and satisfied each night and looked forward to doing it all again the next day.

If you are unhappy, it may be beneficial for you to reflect on when you were last truly happy. Work out the reasons why and see whether the rules you adopted for yourself then can bring you happiness again now.Mary Lennox writes a bi monthly newsletter Work Out, sharing articles, tips and resources.
Visit her website athttp://www.lifecoachinggym.comfor free subscription to this and her 8 part e course on happiness.

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