It was DEFINITELY a year of change for the backyard, which meant that vegetable growing took a bit of a back burner.Continue reading “A Garden Year in Review: The Veggies”
Happy Black Friday! Stay the F*CK at home, All Y’ALL!Continue reading “Fourth Thursday in November and Stuff”
I don’t know where to start on this blog post, so I picked a random generated word to prime the ol’ pump. Word: Water.Continue reading “Did I used to be able to come up with witty post titles or am I kidding myself that was ever a thing, I wonder?”
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”
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”
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”