If I could be sure of how this looked across all platforms I’d have the graphic be the last word in the title, but then I’ll see it on Facebook or somewhere and it won’t look quite right. Regardless, I thought I’d review the weekend for you. Again, I did not take any photos. Becoming a trend, that.Continue reading
If you follow our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/WAAP2), then you may have seen this photo when it was uploaded this morning. The post said something about having a great day when your breakfast smiles at you. So, unfortunately this little portend showed its “face” this morning after we had already started a difficult day. Maybe the eggs were telling us, “don’t worry, things’ll get better.” Is it kind of like reading tea leaves? I break four eggs in a bowl in the morning and I can see where the day is going? Hmmmm what are the odds? Let’s review the day.Continue reading
…of execution. That’s what has happened today. To the left you see the sun dawning on a good day for the roosters that were scheduled for the pot today. That white stuff on the ground is our third snow of the year. I guess it made it over the mountains from California. The wind sure blew enough to get it here!Continue reading
We have a few projects… I know what you’re thinking. “You always say that!” That isn’t an untruth. But this time I want to talk about projects that Sue tackled by herself while I was gone. We all know that she’s made of tough stuff, so this really isn’t very surprising, but I was impressed because I had helped her some with the biggest one and it was tough with two, then she goes and does the lion’s share by herself (maybe that means I wasn’t really helping in the first place?).
No. Not crop circles. We don’t get those types of signs here 🙂 If you’re an M. Night Shyamalan fan – you’ll get the reference. The signs I’m talking about are of spring. Yes, we live in Arizona. Yes, there is desert. Yes, we have cactus – they bloom too! But also, we are in the high desert (where I am sitting at the moment, we are at 4946.88′. Pretty high up there – only 333.12′ shy of a mile). Point being, we do get signs of spring in our back yard. All be it, they are mostly from plants we have added. Most of our native plants show their signs of life during monsoon season. Unless we’ve had a wet winter, which we have not.Continue reading