I had no intentions of blogging today.
I just couldn't hep m'self.
Life is too glorious!
I'm in high gear today. I pity the dustball that gets my way, I pity the weeds in the garden, and I do be pitying my elliptical machine - it's gonna get one heck of a workout.
You know why?
It's almost time for me to be unwell.
If you don't remember what that means, it means 'that time of the month'.
Now is the time that I make grand plans that my body couldn't carry out if it were half my age.
I get like this right before.
I can barely breathe I have so much energy.
It's a blessing - it's a curse.
A sod cutter is being reserved today.
I'm tearing up the lawn and making more garden space.
I really want to take you with me every step of the way - so many of you have asked about my gardens.
So I was cleaning my desk off but good, and I came across this book -
The publisher had sent it to me some time ago to review.
A pox upon me for not doing it sooner.
It's a great book for the dead on beginner.
Don't know if you want chickens or ostriches?
Want a better method of raising your birds than
'well they died, so I must've done something wrong.'?
SO - if'n that's you - just leave me a comment to enter.
No hoops to jump through folks - I know you are busy - and I am too. I haven't the time nor the inclination to double check to see if you tweeted about this nonsense!
I must take my leave of you now!
Aaron is learning all about Economics today, and I have many shenanigans and much tom foolery planned for the day.