I met my father-in-law for the first time in 1991. He was 68 years old. His name was Loren. I don’t know that I ever heard anyone call him that. LA, Larry, or Pappa B - those are the names I knew. As some people grow older, they lose their filter and say just about… Continue reading Chicken Craze
Anyone who thinks gardening begins in the spring and ends in the fall is missing the best part of the whole year; for gardening begins in January with a dream. ~ Josephine Nuese Oh, the dreaming I have done this month! I have spent many hours snuggled up in front of the fireplace looking at pictures… Continue reading Dreaming in January
The busy bee has no time for sorrow. ~ William Blake I’m definitely making progress on New Year’s resolution #1 – Learn about bees. Last weekend, I took a two-day class with Tonya Wells of Queen Bri’s Honey. It’s an exhaustive class covering everything from state restrictions to hive construction, best beekeeping practices, and pests.… Continue reading Let The Bee Adventure Begin!
First: HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Robin, my sister-in-law. Hope you're having a wonderful day! I must admit that I was not going to compose a Six on Saturday post for today. We’ve had some lovely days in Oklahoma this past week; warm, sunny days. And I’ve been reading blogs and social media from near and far, and… Continue reading Six on Saturday – 1-12-2019
I wasn’t really sure if my garden project plans for 2019 would count towards my New Year’s resolutions, but then I used the phrase “I resolve to …” and everything seems to fit. So, here goes: In 2019, I resolve to: 1 – Learn about bees. I purchased a bee hive house last summer. My… Continue reading Happy New Year!
Twenty-six years ago today, I married Brad Barghols. It was a “pinch me” moment. I couldn’t believe someone as nice and as good-looking as Brad would want to spend his life with me. The thing about courtship is that most people are on their best behavior. Some say that those best behaviors will fade away… Continue reading Happy Anniversary!
Every once in a while you do something that surprises you and catch a glimpse of the person you were made to be. ~ John Ortberg I noted in the beginning that Patch405 – the garden – was a selfish endeavor. I also said that I hoped my family would come to understand that Patch405… Continue reading The ME I Want To Be