Nice weather is HERE!
I am typing this with the windows open and a 64 degree breeze blowing through the room; it’s heaven. I imagine this relief of the oppression of the hardest to endure season is the same northerners have at the arrival of Spring.Continue reading “The Texas Garden and Backyard Chickens in September”
My uncle once wrote me this sentiment in a letter: “Enough bitching about our weather. Let’s bitch about your weather.”
Let’s.Continue reading “Inside Projects Mostly in Texas in August”
Ugh it’s hot. And there has been no rain for weeks.
Sleep? Sorry, no time, gotta water. Folding clothes? Sorry, no time, gotta water. Blogging? Sorry, no time, gotta… BUT! Today it IS raining! Thanks Hurricane Hanna!
Texans, amiright? We kinda wish for hurricanes and couldn’t wait to eat Bluebell ice cream again after it killed a bunch of folks from Listeria… we’re a special breed, methinks.Continue reading “What’s worse: The heat or the coronavirus? Don’t answer that…”
No tight pulled in shots these days, more like some minimal selective cropping. It’s full on blog worthy these days! Finally!Continue reading “The Garden is Blog-Worthy in June”
You know my old soapbox about staying home and staying safe? I still feel that, deeply. But considering I just flew to and from Florida for work means there should be a big ol’ hypocrisy asterisk on the side of said soapbox.
In my defense this was a required onsite for me to test out my product on a massive construction project north of Tampa.Continue reading “Life off the “Urban Homestead”in Texas and Air Travel in a Time of Coronavirus”
~40 years from now~
“Grandma, what did you do during the pandemic of 2020?”
“Well sweetheart, mostly I let laundry pile up and surfed the internet in pajamas until 2pm, but I did put in a row of okra that one time.”
Truly we are the next Greatest Generation.Continue reading “Rhymes with Systemic”