Time is so precious-do not waste it.
The sun never sets on Dad's Tomato Garden Journal.
How are you feeling this Wednesday morning ? I think that I am going to be alright. After I have a cup of coffee I will be able to tell you more.
Here is our weather report for today. It looks like that we might a little rain this afternoon.
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This is AOL weather.
Come on in the coffee and tea is ready and I have a cup in my hand and a smile on my face, sit down and I will pour you a cup. When you drink that you will be a little more able to face this cold, cruel world.
I hope that the eagles had a good night, we will have too wait for daylight to come before we can tell. But we can be ready to go up there. This http://www.wvec.com/cams/eagle.html will give you a free ride right up to their nest.
Here is my thought for today.
" Remember now thy creator in the days of thy youth, while the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh, when thou shalt say, I have no pleasure in them."
This is from the Ecclesiastes, chapter 12 and verse 1.
We did have a wonderful day testerday, as I already told you Jim and Beverly came down for the day and my sweet granddaughter Beth, was with them. We had a lot of fun talking , eating and taking pictures. It was all over too soon.
Late yesterday I did get to sit down at the garden for a while and enjoyed the birds singing and just looking at those tomatoes. Before I left I watered the tomatoes.
I've learned that keeping a Tomato garden is worth a medicine cabinet full of pills.
Please look over in the side panel at our visitors list, there are two, one for countries and one for cities, it is becoming interesting to me. So many people all over this world are taking their precious time to read what this old man has to say about tomatoes and a few other things. It hunbles me. Thank to all of you. DAD.
I must stop and visit the coffee pot one more time, and then I am going to get too work. I hope to be able to see you again in the morning, you know what I like for you to do. SMILE.
BYE BYE DAD.
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