We are back from a very sad day yesterday, as Jim told you we were at Kevin's funeral . He was a young man, only fifty years old. And it sure made me have some serious thoughts.
I hope that all of you are feeling good and able to keep on going, I am feeling as good as could be expected, just very tired and weary I am going to make us some tea and coffee, it won't take me very long, don't go away.
Picture by Dad.
Sit down here with me and have Tea or Coffee, they are both ready. DAD.
"Time is so precious-do not waste it."
"The sun never sets on Dad's Tomato Garden Journal."
All of us Journal writers received some bad news yesterday morning, ( or maybe it was not so bad,) right out of the blue we received notice that AOL was closing the Journals at the end of October 2008.
So we are changing over too Google at the end of this month. Here below is the Link that will give you an idea of what it is going to look like.
If you have the time look at this link above and tell me what you think. DAD
We are going to be working on this and see if is going to be good, we hope that everything works out, and I beleive that it will.
Jim my son who writes a blog
Jim has been useing this all the time that he has been writeing and he loves it. So we will see, I sure don't want to loose any of you, so please follow with me through the rest of this month and let me know what you think, And do make a note of the above link.
But do understant that I will still be on AOL untill the end of October. This has created a lot of extra work for all of us, but we will make it through it with a SMILE. WE ALWAYS HAVE.
I have mentioned this before, I use VERIZON for my cell phone service and if you happen to use the same your call to me would be free. I am sure that this is right but you might check it out with the company Verizon where you live.
By Kira Hamman
Tomato season may be drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean we can’t immortalize our passion for tomatoes!
We at Tomato Casual have carefully selected some post-tomato season craft projects to keep you busy until seed-starting time.
Check it out:
• Not sure what to do with your tomato cages over the winter? Turn them into Christmas decorations! The DIY network shows you how to make a tomato cage into a Santa Claus statue. No kidding.
• Who better to create tomato-related crafts than Martha Stewart, the doyenne not only of crafting but also of gardening and cooking? Martha gives us a modern take on the ubiquitous tomato pincushion that all our grandmothers had. It gives new meaning to the concept of an heirloom.
• If you knit, or plan to learn, you can make a Read the rest of this entry »