Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Welcome

Welcome to Sandy.  Thanks for stopping by.  Your two cents are always appreciated and will be answered in a timely manner.  Check out her blog.  Always interesting.

Another chilly morning here, but that is to be expected this time of year.  Just sitting here with my morning cup or four of "get up and go".  So far it feels like my "get up and go" has "got up and went"!  But then I am only on cup #1.  It will get better.  If it doesn't, then there is always tomorrow.  If there is no tomorrow, then it just don't matter.  My philosophy of life in a nutshell or sentence in a blog post, whichever is appropriate.

Got the stitches removed from my hand on Monday.   Nurse had to do it because the Doctor was having eye problems.  She was afraid I would need more stitches before she was done.  I could of done it myself, but I needed to get some meds taken care of.  It has healed fairly well.  It is in a bad spot and hard to heal, so it will just take  guess.  I have that. 

Seed catalogs started coming yesterday.  Will be ordering some more non-GMO seeds so we can have seeds for next year.  We are doing more garden planning for next spring.  Trying to make better use of our garden space.  If the drought continues, we want to have a better watering system.  We have a good well, but it could be affected by a prolonged drought.

Time to play like a horse turd and hit the trail.   I hope everyone has a good day.  Be safe.  If you can't be safe then at least be careful.

God Bless each and everyone of you---johnnyb

8 comments:

  1. It was just announced that my area had entered into drought status. Of course, it's not the growing season.

    This past late-spring, summer, and early fall, my paw-in-law had 3 cuttings of hay. the last one was a lite cutting, but still there none the less.

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    1. Farmers around here ended up baling a lot of their corn. some just put up an electric fence and turned their cattle in.

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  2. Good morning and thank you for the warm welcome. Ouch on the hand, it's no fun when you have injured your hand. The hand is something we always use, making it difficult to heal
    I think another cup of coffee is needed here :-)

    The seed catalogs are filling my post office box. Have you ever tried ordering from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds? Great place, seeds are reasonable and they send you a surprise of a free packet of seed (their choice) with your first order.
    http://rareseeds.com/

    Have a great day!

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    1. I will check them out. Thanks for the info.

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  3. Glad your hand is improving, it may just take a while.

    Regarding Matt's comment: We have been in a drought area this summer. Many have had to eliminate livestock due to the hay shortage. Even the gardens were off. We will hope for more rain next year.

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    1. Alot of cattle sold here also. Next year is going to be the tell-tale year.

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  4. Let's hope for a better year for everyone.

    Glad to hear that the stitches are out. Hope things with the hand continue to improve.

    Always fun to go through the seed catalogs!

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  5. Thanks for stopping by. I enjoy your stories.

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