Monday, September 21, 2015

Week 2

Here we go:

Reading:  My Lady of Cleves
Audio Book: Dresden Files #6
Podcasts:  History of England, Radio Westeros, Hardcore History
Bible: 2 days behind
Garden:  Finish planting
Cooking:  Beef with Broccoli and Egg Rolls

Social/Weekend:  Monday night dinner with Aunt;  Tuesday funeral, dinner with Daddy; Saturday shopping and social;  Sunday forum and dinner.

Busy busy busy.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Now for something completely different...

Let's see if I can actually update this way.  As I am certain no one reads this, I'm just going to use this as an update on me page.  Here we go:

Reading: My Lady of Cleves
Audiobook:  None
Podcasts:  History of England, Game of Owns, Christmas in Europe, Radio Westeros
Bible: 5 days behind
Watching:  Doctor Who (12th doctor), maybe Captain America.

Weekend Plans:
Saturday may meet with a friend for her birthday.  Mowing, edging, trimming, and planting lettuce, carrots, squash, beans, cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower.

Maintenance on Momma's car.

Type minutes and send announcement for BRW.

What I'm cooking:  keftedes, rice and veggies

Selling:  Pumpkin butter, pickles, and jalapeno jelly.

Aren't I interesting!  :D

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Tap tap tap!  Is this thing on?  Every once in a while I remember I do in fact have a blog, and I should update it.  *sigh*

So, despite this little ninja cold spell we are currently experiencing, it is Spring in South Texas!  Garden season is about to kick off and here are some plans for mine this season:

New varieties:
Tomatoes -
Blue Berry
Amish Paste
Cherries Jubilee
Salsa Verde Tomatillos

Squash -
Jumbo Pink Banana
Cupcake Hybrid

Melons -
Hale's Best Jumbo (musk melon)
Crimson Sweet
Sugar Baby

Herbs -

Yes, you read that right, I am putting in a melon bed.  We will see how that goes but I am excited.  Pictures to follow, I promise.  The tomato seedlings are up, hardened off and ready to plant next weekend I think.  Need to get out there and clear some winter stuff out (greens, radishes, etc.) and trim up the never ending peppers.  Oh, and weed out the onion bed.  So until next time, garden on my friends!