Tag Archives: garden

We’re Almost There

The next post will be after the election–thank God.  I’m not sure I can deal with any more of it.  The sheer amount of hyperbole, misinformation, bad thinking, and other similar dreck is all but overwhelming. Everybody remember to get … Continue reading

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A Rising Proposition

In lieu of mulling further on the current political situation–which is, by any measure, an absolute mess of a joke–I decided that this week, I’d revisit a topic from ‘way back: bread.  Staff of life.  You know, the tasty stuff … Continue reading

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Hot Enough For You?

We here on the East Coast are looking at another brief heat wave, with temperatures reaching into the mid- to upper-nineties, and humidity doing the same. (I very much envy you Southwest Desert types, with your dry heat.  The desert … Continue reading

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Miscellaneous Thoughts

An odd jumble of random thoughts and notes from the homestead: Some days, it’s hard to be a civilized, adult human being.  Most of us manage it fairly well; a surprising number of us–not so much. If ever there was … Continue reading

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Keeping Cool

No, I’m not talking about the weather–even though this chunk of the Eastern Seaboard has been running about twenty degrees below average, not to mention the rain.  Nor am I talking about politics, however easy it is to get all … Continue reading

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A Loss of Knowledge?

I’ve been somewhat scatter-brained this week, so this may seem a bit disjointed. (…a bit more disjointed than normal?)  I read something in the newspaper that got me thinking, though.  It’s a similar notion to one I’ve read about, thought … Continue reading

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But… Why?

Despite what you may be thinking, this isn’t primarily about politics.  (The question certainly applies, though–in lots of different manners.)  No, this was posed to me by a coworker, as we talked about the various goings-on and such on my … Continue reading

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