Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Tackle it Tuesday

  

 
My maids are humming a full dishwasher
  
 Coffee brewing.
I keep ours in the freezer after I grind it.
The coffee grounds are for the tomato, and each dog gets half and apple.
So with coffee set brew I am off to the gardens.
  

  
 This ground got turned under last night.
Febuary 15th is goal date to have ready the garden for spring planting.
  

  
 Fed the hens
  
 fed the dogs
  
 fed the wild birds
  
 examined the front of the estate to see to all things living.
  
 The poppy and the other flowers are coming along
  
 The ferns are happy
  
Make my coffee in my blue glass with Stevia (a natural sweetener) and soy milk
  
 Went out to the garden to enjoy this
  
 Study study study
  
 Peas are happy
  
 Never know when I might need a parascope, so the kids left it for me HAHAH
  
 turnips are happy and to be pulled soon
  
love the peas
  
 Got the plans began for placement, rotation gardening is a good thing, but you have to plan and study
  
 This on a roll
  
 Dove goes to anew specialist so paper work
  
 Budget update and data entry bills to be paid
But for now I have an apointment at 11 A.m.
gotta run

5 comments:

Susie said...

Awesome tackles!

You turn your soil in February? I would break my shovel trying to get through the frozen soil:-(

Angie said...

I enjoyed my walk with you today!

Your phone message (I got it late) and the chapter meant SO much!

I read it and the LORD was present. Thank you. Send them on when He speaks to you! I am an eager listener!

Love you!

Denise said...

Great job.

Annette said...

Thanks for showing me around, loved it, but I always love your company my dear sweet friend. I'll keep that sweet dove in my prayers.Coffee grounds for tomatoes, how come?? I'm going to plant a few of those and maybe some squash and one more thing, just dont know what.

LOVE YOU

Hugs to all~
Annette

LisaShaw said...

WOW! You made me feel like I was there with you. I enjoyed this so much dear friend. I pray that all is well with you and your family and every living beautiful creature the LORD has blessed your home with.

You are so sweet dear sister. I love you. Pryaing for you.

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