But first: how has everyone’s 2021 started? Insurection-y?Continue reading “Yo Nero, can I borrow that fiddle for a sec? I need to talk about holiday lights…”
Fourth Thursday in November and Stuff
Happy Black Friday! Stay the F*CK at home, All Y’ALL!Continue reading “Fourth Thursday in November and Stuff”
On Camping, Cuttings, and those piles of Trump flags in dumpsters like Nazi uniforms in Berlin alleys, 1945…
My Book is Out!
Sorry for the long time since the last post- but I was using every spare second I had to knock out my book project on Dia de los Muertos! It’s out! It’s on Amazon! Right here! I’m so excited!Continue reading “My Book is Out!”
A Birthday, My Morbid Hobby, and Castroville
It’s my very favorite kind of blogging right now- I am snuggled up in bed typing as it rains and rains and rains outside- heaven! Also- thank god it’s raining… we’ve gone entire summers without rain before so this is a real treat. Only thing is we must not have shut the coop last night as there are some SOAKING wet chickens out there who are too stupid to get out of the rain. At least they’re clean. On to the actual purpose of the post.
This past week I turned 41, we went back to Castroville, and I got to nose around a cemetery again.Read mo
Red Flowers and More
Oh yeah, I forgot.
I also forgot about the blue flowered Salvia gaurenetica, the dark purple May Night salvias, and the red flowered fire spike and dwarf bottlebrush. And so, and I say this full aware of the absurdity of it, the ONLY flower color I don’t actually have in the back garden as I was talking about on the last post is peach. Peach… literally one of my favorite flower colors. Sigh. What ya gonna do, man. What ya gonna do.Continue reading “Red Flowers and More”
Mostly Roses in the Texas Garden in June
Ah June in Texas.
It’s supposed to be 103 tomorrow, did you know that? It’s so hot already I can get drenched in sweat if I wait until 10am to move 4 chickens into their run- this is not a difficult or time consuming task, just FYI.Continue reading “Mostly Roses in the Texas Garden in June”