Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Summer is The Best!!

I know, it's been way too long since I posted. I just couldn't until now. I love my blog.
I would go back to the things and have the best of intentions...but nothing would come through.
It's time do another blog post.

It's been a really Good Year! So Far, so Good.
The shows have been good to us. I feel great. We've been working on our place....and it's looking good. I say Thank you for Everything..I have no complaints what so ever.
Heck...I'm glad to be here!! Feeling Good!

Soon it will be time to go to Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival (OFFF)..But we have another month and a half before that arrives.

Right now I choose to enjoy our garden and the beings that inhabit the property with us.
We have a squirrel..named Earl. Many chipmunks...bunnies (they are very good at math).
Michael's garden is coming right along. I have planted a few things myself.
Last night we ate the first batch of green beans and boy were they tasty!
The tomatoes are coming right along. I am sure that we will be doing a lot of canning this season.

It's absolutely beautiful today....Oregon at it's brightest. I think I will go outside and pick blackberries. Perhaps a cobbler....yumm!


At Wednesday, August 11, 2010 7:12:00 PM, Blogger Denise said...

Sheila, your garden is so beautiful! I'm hoping to make it to OFF and looking forward to seeing you there.

At Thursday, August 12, 2010 5:57:00 AM, Anonymous Caroline said...

My best crop this year was cucumbers. I had the best cucumbers. Real vegetables are great.

At Saturday, August 14, 2010 10:14:00 AM, Blogger annmarie said...

how nice to see you back on the blog!
I'm looking forward to stopping by to see you at Rhinebeck in October. :)

At Monday, August 23, 2010 5:04:00 PM, Anonymous AlisonH said...

Sheila! You're back!

I pulled my one tomato plant's pot inside so I'd get the last three tomatoes and the squirrels couldn't have them all. Then today it's finally finally hot outside and they might have a chance of ripening well--but given that the critters stole them green, I'm not taking any chances. Indoors it is now.


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