Progress on the Farm and at the Keyboard

Hi Folks,

Well, here’s all the news that’s new from the farm this past week. In spite of a cold wet week I did manage to harvest two of the five huge clumps of chives. They’re hanging in the greenhouse drying. 


I also harvested the rhubarb seed podIt too is in the garden house drying. While I was at it I pulled enough rhubarb to make another double batch of jam. Looking good for the coming winter already.


Just getting under way are the tomato plants which are now in blossom. Everything is looking good for now. I’m already planning how to double the raised beds next year. 


ROW80 Check-in:


I know I set a target of 2500 words for each week this round, but we had a rainy week so I had more time at the keyboard. Clocking in at 7500+ words for the week. 
However, that means a lot of other things didn’t get done, so if this coming week is sunny I will be struggling to find keyboard time. Still shooting for the 2500 for this week.

Here’s wishing you all a productive week filled with unexpected blessings.

Pru


6 thoughts on “Progress on the Farm and at the Keyboard”

  1. mrbkoostachinmrbkoostachin

    7500+ is a good number way better than my standards. My ole Nov WriMo is a bit a mess, but its cleaning up nicely. I hope your next word count would be just as fruitful.
    BTW They say that fresh tomatoes grown from the garden is tastier than store brought ones, spaghetti sauce, goes well with blt sandwich and any other sandich

  2. Kristen BrockmeyerKristen Brockmeyer

    Congrats on your bonus word count this week! And for a wanna be farmer, you sure are rocking it in the productivity department. πŸ™‚

  3. Karen McFarlandKaren McFarland

    Woohoo! 7500 words? That's fantastic Pru! You go girl! And hey, the garden looks fabulous and so green. I appreciate things like that since I now live in the desert. Maybe I'm just a little jealous? But good going on the veggies. πŸ™‚

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