Monthly Archives: July 2012

My “Green” Apron!

Took hubby’s shirt to the cleaners and evidently some thing was in the pocket and it got starched into the fabric. We didn’t notice it when we picked it up. After I cut all off the buttons, hubby suggested I … Continue reading

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It’s Official – I am a Stampin’ Up Demonstrator

I’m happy to say I am now a Stampin’Up Demonstrator. Trina, who I’ve been friends with since third grade finally talked me into signing up with Stampin’up. Turning one’s hobby into a job, may not be the smartest thing, but … Continue reading

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Understanding Life

“When I was 5 years old my, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life.  When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up? I wrote down “happy”.  … Continue reading

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Tomato Stakes

Hubby spent the morning putting in stakes for the tomatoes. He drove in 52 tree limbs/stakes to be exact. The limbs/stakes came from the trees he and friends cut down earlier this year. What a job he had. Then I … Continue reading

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Pepper Plant Rescued

On June 21st Hubby taped up, using blue paint tape, this pepper plant. Its stem was broken almost completely across with only a fine string remaining. Today, the 17th of July, I took a picture of the pepper plant still … Continue reading

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Garden Corn

We had a hard rain a few days ago, July 11, 2012, to be exact. All the corn fell over due to the rain. Since we got another storm, a few days later we the planned to rototill it under. … Continue reading

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Manure Tea

Hubby went to one of the local cattle ranches and was given some older cow manure. Then he connected a hose bib to an old cattle/horse water trough, filled it with water. He added a gunny sack full of the … Continue reading

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