In another moment, I will doze off. I didn’t watch any programs tonight. I silenced everything. I let my mind tune down and rest. I need to hear the frogs from our pond below the hill. I have to hear the crickets sing to lull my senses into a brief moment of total stillness. The evening breeze has cooled from the 95 degree temperature we had today and the hustle and bustle of the big city I had to travel to all day long. I have no orders to worry about tonight. I know my kids are safe and happy and well. All of the family is where they belong tonight and Max is asleep at the end of the bed. Traffic on the highway I live near is dwindling and I am becoming senseless and unaware. I do believe that I have gotten the mind clearing rest that I have needed for so long.
Good night my friends.
See my new gig on Examiner.com as one of their new journalists…. teee heee…
I am part of the gardening section.
What a wonderful day! The rain boomed away the dust on things last night and I wake to bright sunshine and another day. I think today will be the last of the house cleaning duties this week. Well… except for dishes and laundry. I have been trying to catch up from the last two weeks of Little League and writing and hoping for work. And the conclusion was an unkept house, dishes not done and me staring at an empty dresser. So… I have taken the last three days and gotten caught up.
It has warmed up considerably here in the mountains and today needs to be the day to transplant the corn I have been growing. They are almost three feet tall and the garden has lots of open space for them. I found some manure and my taters are going to have a home as well. They have been eyeing their way to my ceiling the last couple of weeks and I think the great outdoors needs to meet them.
I have got to go threw my seed and see what I need. I think most everything has been depleted. Time to shop! This years crop so far is: Onions of red and yellow, potatoes, Pumpkins (currently germinating in the garden from the pumpkin I through in there in march), lettuce, radishes, and I must have beets this year. I have discovered my body needs them for energy. Let’s see… ummm…. corn and peppers and I think some cantaloupe would be nice. We have to grow cucumbers. I need to make more pickles. I make one mean bunch of pickles– from dill to sweet to …OMG yummy bread and butter. I make them crunchy… this year I will remember the onions and peppers… and don’t tell mom– I plan on growing my own zucchini this year. Last year she grew 26 plants. All open windows were in danger of a zucchini drive by. (and I did it a lot!!!) But I would like to have my own to watch grow. I find them fun to watch. Even after the 9,000th bag to freeze is done… LOL!!!
So… you enjoy this day. I certainly will!!
Oh.. don’t forget the New release of Neale McGregor. She’s waiting for you to check her out. Who likes the cover art???? http://www.amazon.com/Neale-McGregor-ebook/dp/B00BQS94WK/ref=sr_1_9?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1368109195&sr=1-9&keywords=terri+louise
I fear I haven’t had the chance to blog. I have been riding, and writing and making flyers and menu’s and taking care of my son. Somewhere in there, I forgot to come here and blog. My goodness. I am so sorry.
Spring has sprung here and we are preparing to raise our beds and maybe make some greenhouses. My best friend has finished her remodel (RE-saving) of her home and is preparing to do the same to the other side of it. So, with that filled with Little league…. I haven’t had time to say ‘BOO’. So… BOO! And now, I am going to go look for Tulips because the sun is up and they are out. I haven’t had time to look at my Garden. I think I should.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all my Irish Friends. Whether you have the heritage or not.
speak for itself. A five star review I got on ‘Coffee of Change’. That made my day…. right after Facebook grounded me. What am I? 2
This a book that will keep you on the edge of your seat. It flows well and is an easy read. You get wrapped up in the characters and want to know more about them. They way they meet and instantly click is sweet and gives hope that mankind is good and able to care about others even if they have never met in person. These ladies prove that friends can be found in the oddest places!”
Thanks for reading!!!!
Friendly, Spicy, take no prisoners Neale McGregor is on the open Market. If you haven’t already heard me shouting from the porch…. Here she is. She’s available on Barnes and Noble… http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/neale-mcgregor-terri-louise/1114793104?ean=2940016266473
Or if you have a Kindle…… Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Neale-McGregor-ebook/dp/B00BQS94WK/ref=sr_1_4?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1362887254&sr=1-4&keywords=Terri+Louise
And if you have the other devices and like Smashwords; https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/293246
So many options… I do hope you have a chance to read it. I completely loved writing it. I had a blast.
Neale McGregor is a Female detective living in Boise, Idaho. She starts a job for a friend and very quickly discovers she is in the middle of a murder mystery tied to a diamond smuggling ring. Can she get all the pieces to fit before they catch her? What does a Teddy Bear have to do with the mystery? Follow McGregor as she fights for her life and her sanity to solve the case of a life time.