6-13-15 Notice the Finish Area sign! Six months later it’s time to measure the commitment to get in shape for a Tough Mudder. I’m sure it will be fine. I’ve surpassed bigger preps in shorter times but this one is for the books. Which is why its here. Tough Mudder training requires time. Time to train, time to train harder and
Three Things To Do For A Better Life – Now On Sale!
As the snow falls on this secondary of January 2014 I must get off my tail and firm up plans for spring. It may seem like a far way off but in just four weeks I will have to start seeds if I wish for a productive crop starting with green onions and parsley. Then it won’t be long before
It’s nice to be away from the cares of the regular day and I am having no regular day. Surrounded again by hula hoops, music and bikinis there’s really no other choice but to go for it when this kind of fun is within reach. Accompanied by my brother it is great to share the good things in life. Long
Home production is in full swing except for the honey production side of operations there has not been much time other than to record all of the things going on and reaping various harvests. Last night the elderberries were harvested for the first time and I will be making some elderberry jelly soon. Right now the berries are in the
Xylocopa virginica The Eastern Carpenter Bee is alive and doing well in my back and front yards. There are lots of them around and they seem to be easily please with any of my many flowers. the honey bees…not so much. Although I do have plenty of them bringing out the cucumbers and squash quite successfully this year. It’s nice have these bees
Silent gratitude isn’t much use to anyone. G.B. Stern Practice Gratitude There’s an old saying that as long as you have your health you should be grateful. But life has so much to be grateful for that I feel compelled to share with you this first of “Three Things To Do For A Better Life”. This is the act
Today’s video presents a review of The Savage Number by Terry Savage. I got this book from the library in hopes to evaluate my plan to retire at age 55 and it did not disappoint me. Ms. Savage presents a number of methods and questions for evaluating the realistic goal of retiring and doing so without having to resort to eating cat