Thursday, May 23, 2013
No tiny old man and eight flying reindeer. Something more fantastical than that; the sun!
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Emerald green and overgrown, that is how my garden grows.
We are stuck in a low pressure system, which means it rains a lot. The green outside the window is so vibrant it looks like a bad editing job.
I will mention the devastation in Moore, Oklahoma. It is difficult to comprehend something like this, my mind doesn't grasp it. So, I feel a heaviness in my soul and I look out at an unreal green as I go to the quiet place in my humanity which allows me to carry on in the face of so much sorrow. May the people of Moore find their way, which is beyond my imagination how.
Monday, May 20, 2013
We are saturated. The rain is welcome, but all at once? I must shush myself, we have had a couple of years of drought; rain is good.
I am off to buy my plantings, with high hopes for this growing season, short as it is. Goodday to all.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Time flies, whether you are having fun or not. I am surprised to see it has been six months since I last looked in here. I don't know what I've been doing but I must be occupied with something.
We got through winter by the second week of May, we stepped right into summer and have now arrived at monsoon season. All in three weeks time, gotta love Minnesota. Otherwise, it's insanity.
Howard is still Howard. My little stub muffin. Grace is her elusive self, a little stiff in the hips, but still camera shy.
This handsome fellow showed up at my barn in the late winter. It seems he was someone's pet which became a grown tom. I suppose the cost of neutering was too great so he was turned loose in the country. Lucky for him he moved into my hayloft because he is too friendly to make it outside. I got him neutered and gave him to my mother. As you can see, he is living large in St. Paul.
I guess this is all the news fit to print. Time to batten the hatches, weather the storm and hope I don't end up in Oz.