About being a Farmer, County Supervisor, Husband, Father, Grandfather, and pretty darned average Blog Author.
If blogging was easy, everyone would be doing it. And we are.
Of course the answer is yes! (And I'm with you on the salty pickles) iPastor's mom totally took him to the ER when he was a kid once in a panic before remembering she'd fed him beets. I've been eating from my garden share like crazy!
P.S. Wedding in Omaha September 10. Bloggy coffee sometime that weekend? Maybe we can make it to church, finally.
Gette, ITS A DEAL. LOOKING FORWARD TO IT. I'LL HAVE MY PEOPLE GET IN TOUCH WITH YOUR PEOPLE. ....we don't have people do we?We'll email.
I like my cucumber-and-onions on the sweet side, so THERE! Every time I hear or read about someone having too many zucchini, I wonder why it is that the squash bugs kill mine before I can get more than two of them.
LOVED your video-blog. My oh my how I long for some garden fresh veggies. Your descriptions had my mouth watering.
Cliff, it's so nice to see you in person...er...in video rather! Well you haven't changed a bit since I really did see you in person! I like the home grown fresh veggies and I'm so glad that we have farmer's who grow and sell then to us that don't grow them. Personally I wouldn't mind finding some zucchini in my car, but I always lock my car. Of course that is more of a small town thing anyway. Keep up the good work on blogging! You have gone high tech, but it's great! Say Hi to your bride for me!
It is great to know that you are a youngest child of seven. That explains a lot.Right now I have a dish of cucumbers and onions in vinegar and water and sugar in the refrigerator and the vinegar is so strong that I almost choked to death on one and could not catch my breath. MORE SUGAR PLEASE!
Hi Cliff. The reason I only milk my cow when I want milk is that her calf runs with her. For the first month I have to milk more often because the calf can't take it all. After that, I milk when I want to. My cousin asked me once, "But why would you want to?" I love milking. I just don't like being tied down twice a day for 9 months of the year.
That sounds like a rich man's meal indeed. Yummmy!!Pass the starch, butter, and salt. I'm ready to dig in!Baling hay in the summer heat sounds like pure Hades. Luckily there was a good farm meal as a reward. I'd want extra ice cream with my pie.
Another classic commentary, Cliff!
Another great commentary, Cliff!
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