Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Mike And Jay Go Exploring - We Get Free Images

Free Images From Mike And Jay

First of all, I'm jealous of Mike and Jay. They travel. They take pictures. They blog. And they just seem cool in everything I see about them. And I spent some time looking. This review is going to cover more than just their 'free site' at Jay Mantri Dot Com. They have a lot to see and love. Just relax and Go With The Flow

Monday, June 27, 2016

I'm Really Sorry I Took The Time Out For Myself

I'm really sorry I took this time out for myself..said no one. Ever.

I go to my garden several times a day. Usually during 10 minute breaks. That gives me time to water parts of it. It usually takes two breaks to get all of it done. Sometimes three if I water the flowers too. I take pictures of the vegetables and post them. I like it. It makes me feel good about things I do other than work. Its time that I take out for myself.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Kashi Fiber Is Above My Skillset

Whilst attempting to meet the minimum requirements to pass the weekly "Kroger Shopper's Math Exam" today, I saw where some of your fine products were listed in the "Buy 3 and Save Money' Challenge section of the aforementioned Quiz. I decided to mosie on over and take a gander at your current entries into the "Breakfast With Fiber" Category.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

What You Hear Depends On Who You're Listening To

Society is in an awful place. People are unhappy about their jobs, relationships, health, and living conditions. Religious and political leaders are the worst they have ever been. And yet, some people love their careers, spouses and homes. They enjoy great health. They seem to be happy at church and with their leaders. What's the difference between the two? It depends on who you're listening to.

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Do What You Can, When You Can, Where You Are, With What You Have

I don't have a big yard anymore. And I don't have a big garden anymore. But I do grow a lot of stuff in a very small space. I think I do pretty good with it. I work it year round, but more so in the spring. On Sunday's, I usually sift a little soil from a compost pile. That's what the picture is. I made this contraption about three years ago. I call it my Shamgar Soil Sifter.