Author: Marica

Marica

If I don’t keep up… I’ll be lost.

If I don't keep up... I'll be lost.

We dropped Miss M. off at MEM. We had breakfast at a CK’s Coffee shop where you can get a glazed donut burger. I saw at least 1/2 dozen of these signs in yards.  We posted some mail. We had lunch. Not here. Here.     And then POOF! We were at Mr. & Mrs.

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Just a quick “Hello”

Just a quick "Hello"

A car waiting in a long line outside the window of a Starbucks in Nashville. We picked our way across western & middle Tennessee today. I took some pics. I’ll share next time I have some down time. For now, let me just say you can rest assured that JESUS is doing well in this

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Some people came out to the Farm today.

Some people came out to the Farm today.

There were already some people here. I think we all had fun! Ham smoked over Hickory We had to get Mike up to Speed. Duck gumbo Corn Hole Here I gave my camera to Bart.     I also gave my camera to Matt.

It’s been a fun 24 hours!

This morning Miss M. and I were out on the patio enjoying the morning. Miss M. looked at the tiller that was on the patio and said, “What’s that?” Miss M. doesn’t know very much about County Life. I replied, “A tiller.” Later in the morning, Miss M. moved the tiller. It was a hoot

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Arrivals

A. Leland has arrived. Miss. M. has arrived. Mr. Big Food & I have retired to The Den.   Arthur, Caroline, Margaret & Ruddy (A’s dog) are still yacking away at the Picnic Table on the Patio under a clear Southern Sky filled with Springtime bugs. ~~ Elsewhere– and I’m just culling from my top

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If this isn’t enough to tick off the Pope,

If this isn't enough to tick off the Pope,

I don’t know what is. I highly recommend using straw as a mulch in the vegetable garden. Straw retains moisture modulates soil temperature decomposes, adding organic matter to the veggie plot inhibits weed growth allows for walking through a wet garden keeps fruit such as melon and squash “cleaner”  looks nice. This is #2 Bermuda

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The corn is as high as an elephant’s eye

On our way to Oxford, Mississippi yesterday, I noticed corn coming up in gardens and fields. YIKES! I have so much to do– company’s coming– and the Clowns think it’s time to go for a run in the pasture. While I’m planting corn, head over to Keep Guessing. Becca has a nice post up about

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