Monthly Archives: August 2008

Poetry Thursday (a little late)

[A mammoth repair job on two old asphalt driveways will mess up anyone’s schedule] Hoeing John Updike I sometimes fear the younger generation will be deprived of the pleasures of hoeing; there is no knowing how many souls have been … Continue reading

Posted in books | Leave a comment

Poor Us

We have so many vegetables, vegetables coming out of our ears, that we don’t even bother to save any leftover salad.  We just eat out the Juliet tomatoes that we grew ourselves, and then we compost the rest.  It helps … Continue reading

Posted in gardening | 2 Comments