Even though we are wrapping up the last of the summer garden I am still gardening in my head! We are thinking, planning and preparing for next spring:
>We have plans to make a little grow house and canning kitchen in the big shed.
>Maybe when we get a little tougher and stop crying over dead chickens we will add a meat chicken chicken coop for those temporary ones. The more I learn about industrial food proccesses I get less icked out about raising our own meat.
>There are still brussell sprouts, kale and onions out in the garden. They like the cold weather.
>There are fall greens that Bri planted about a month ago. Yum!
>Up until a few days ago our tomatoes were still flowering and producing more tomatoes! Crazy weather.
>We are composting everything we can get our hands on to amend the soil for a small orchard where there used to be a gravel driveway.
>Fence designs are being researched
>Flower catalogs are being drooled on
Happy Autumn Everyone!
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Friday, October 14, 2011
This helps me remember that it could never be fixed:
What kills love? Only this: Neglect. Not to see you when you stand before me. Not to think of you in the little things. Not to make the road wide for you, the table spread for you. To choose you out of habit, not desire, to pass the flower seller without a thought. To leave the dishes unwashed, the bed unmade, to ignore you in the mornings, make use of you at night. To crave another while pecking your cheek. To say your name without hearing it, to assume it is mine to call.
-Jeannette Winterson. Written On the Body.
This helps me remember that it's been worth it:
The minute you begin to do what you really want to do, it's really a different kind of life.
-R. Buckminster Fuller
This makes me UNBELIEVABLY happy:
Dad and I are so proud of you.
-Pam O'Dell (my mom)
And this speaks for itself:
98/100 A :)
-Christine Moore (one of my professors)