Sunny Days

Hi Folks,

Well from a farm perspective the summer left a lot to be desired. However, it wasn’t a total loss. We are now starting to enjoy the fruits of our labors.

I learned a lot by trial and error this year. What works in warmer climes with better soil doesn’t necessarily work here. However, I’m getting good at composting. If you don’t have good soil to start with, make some. Right? Setting up a second compost bin today and getting it going.

This is my favorite time of year. Harvesting, cool days that demand a sweater, etc. Everybody out enjoying and preparing for the cold days to come. Like these folks.

ROW80 Check-in

Last week was a whirlwind of unexpected events. Most of the writing I did was while I was waiting. Waiting for a boat to the city, waiting for appointments, waiting for others to finish meetings, waiting for a boat ride home. The work I did was on the ancient laptop technology. (aka pen and paper)

Surprisingly, I managed over six thousand words. Life is good. I’ve even got it transferred to the computer now.

So, target for this coming week is another 2500 words. Should be easy as this story is begging to be told. I wake up each morning with the next scene already clear in my mind.

I wish they all were like this. I truly hope they are for you folks. Whatever you attempt this week, may it joyful and successful for you.


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