There would be a photo here - but - how different can any black square be?
It’s Day Shift.
And our alarm clock began shaking our every nerve out of any deep sleep at 4 o’clock am - this very morning.
And it’s 16* outside.
I’d show you the latest sight of my icicle hanging off the back porch - but - how different can a black square be?
Thank God for coffee - and coffee pots with programmable clock settings. And me - being smart enough to pick up extra milk and bread.
Not me - for forgetting to pick up extra cans of Campbell’s Home-style Chunky Chicken Noodle Soup.
How dare me - to think my darling Hubby could take one more bowl of my homemade chili - or homemade beans and beef - made with the Italian Borlotti Pole Beans we grew in the garden last season!
Confession. There are times when even the most boring and responsible women on earth must find ways - to rebel against the affliction in her life caused by situations surrounding her life - to which she has no control over.
Revenge is sweet! Actually - I tend to consider it more about - Karma - coming back to rectify. My best Device? Sending my darling Hubby to work with a huge bowl of my homemade chili - or homemade beans and beef.
Twelve-hour work shift. Do the math! Plenty of time!
Speaking of our garden.
I found a website that shared a wonderful source of help for me! I’m now able to print out graph paper for my garden layouts. Actually - there are several things you can do there. You can print out your own yearly or monthly calendar. You can find royalty-free music for Power-Point presentations or websites - and lots of other fun things!
Because I now have the Acrobat 9.2 version - I’m able to adjust the number of lines per square inch on the graph paper. As if that’s not enough - I can even save a copy of the file according to whatever adjustments I make to the file.
And last but not least - according to reports on WBIR this morning - I’m feeling even more fortunate about the fact that we live out in Loudon County - rather than Blount County - or - Knox County.
I don’t have to go through - this.
“ I find it to be - both - sad and comical - the fact that such a town with such history has an entire board of folks so totally ignorant to the idea - as well as the education and practice - of having chickens in a backyard for providing food to a family! “