Could there be a brighter harbinger? A panorama of flowers trying to ward off the mean old cold The bright early plum She wants to bloom free Says winter’s a bum I agree with the tree … Continue reading Come On, Spring!
“I’ve had all I can stand from that old bastard; I’ll fix his wagon, I surely will.” She poked around the crowded kitchen counter for her wild herb book, a quarter at the Salvation Army store in town. “Of course … Continue reading Betsy, Stanley and Herb
Lester sat reading his daily devotional with a steaming mug of black chicory-laced coffee. He heard what sounded like a tree falling across his barn but he knew there was no tree near enough to do that. By the time … Continue reading The Crash
Being awake is a reason to drink coffee. Get up before the sun rises, make coffee, work. Weekdays, work consists of being around other people, so throw a wash-up in there. And Sunday I take Mother to church, so that’s … Continue reading Being Awake Is a Reason To Drink Coffee
Yipee, 99 bottles of beer along the wall! Each of my cases holds 25 bottles and one case was short one bottle. No matter! In a couple of weeks I’ll have some fine Cooper’s IPA made with a mix of … Continue reading Labor Day Ale!
Back I May, I never dreamed I’d be so overloaded with work this long. Right when I got my new business set up and was emptying the cabin of all valuables for a massive clean-up, I got my job … Continue reading Better Late than No Brew At All
I shall describe this without pictures of the bats, bear with me. For the month of July, I heard almost nothing of my petite friends. I got the occasional peep and rustle from the nest in my big upstairs studio/library. … Continue reading The Little Brown Bat Family