This is a short but sweet little ditty for this Friday funny. One of my best friends gave me a toy dog for my birthday a few years ago. I have had it sitting on a shelf in my craft room, so I could glance at it, from time-to-time, and smile. Well, my Grandson found … Continue reading Friday Funny – Who Let the Dogs Out?
Today I am not endorsing any specific idea or product. Today I have decided to do something a bit different. My Grandson decided, all by himself, that he wanted to gather up some of our leaves. Not to help me mind you, but to help himself. He said they were getting in his way. So … Continue reading PLOWSHARE THURSDAY – NOVEMBER 16, 2017
My blog post on Life Lessons Lived yesterday got me thinking about what I would find most important to have, or rebuild should something ugly happen. By ugly, I’m talking about some type of major life-changing event: Plague Meteor strike Major volcano explosion. Zombie apocalypse I don’t think the zombie apocalypse is a real thing, … Continue reading What Would You Find Most Important?
I have discovered that there is a third season. • First, there is planting season, which is on and off all year long. • The second was school season, which is only from around the first of September until the end of May. • Now I have realized that I have a third season. We … Continue reading HOW DID I MISS THIS SEASON?
This question came up while I was driving by a farmer the other day. He was out on one of their huge new-fangled tractors (you know, the kind with the cab over it for heating and A/C), with the strangest thing I ever saw behind it. My father's influence made me pull over and watch … Continue reading HOW DANGEROUS IS YOUR GARDENING?
There are several things I wanted to share today, but my best bet became “an extra pair of eyes.” This is not really something you can buy through Amazon, but some days I wish I could. There are a number of times, during any given year on a farm, where some extra set of eyes … Continue reading PLOWSHARE THURSDAY 9-28-17 – extra eyes.
Labor Day (click for more info) here in the U.S. was established to honor the contributions that workers have made. The normal procedure for this is to get the first Monday in September off as a Holiday. Well, if you are a farmer (very laborious – is that a word?), or if you grow your … Continue reading ANYTHING BUT A DAY OFF