Two batches of blueberry crumble.
Pot of chicken soup.
Quart of mandarin and curry chicken rice salad.
Honey garlic chicken (the parts I did not boil
So, because that was all done, I had time to delete over 31,000 comments from the blog—one hundred at a time.
and trying to decide what to do with the check for $2400 that arrived yesterday.
This plant showed up after the hurrican flooded the yard in 2017. It grows in the deepr water in the center of the pond, while the white ones (Nymphaea odorata) stay in the 18″ area around the edge. After a while, the leaves shrivel up and the plant disappears, presumably in the muck at the bottoem, and then reemerges the following year.
The press conference regarding Arbery shooting at DNR headquarters yesterday
Dear Larry Hobbs:
Thank you for your detailed coverage in the Brunswick News today of the press conference yesterday outside the headquarters of the Department of Natural Resources. Below you will find one of a number of cell-phone photos I took of that event from the steps of the DNR headquarters building.
When the spouse was charged with felony theft, it took over fifteen months for the case to be scheduled for trial. Just before the end, Jackie Johnson, according to our lawyer, offered to dismiss the charge, if we agreed to pay $300 in court costs. I considered that extortion and we refused and insisted on a trial. So, Johnson sent in a subordinate and the judge dismissed the case. Defendants do not get to decide how our judicial process works.
I’m glad to have a John Prine to offer. It just so happens I picked this one for my last album, Me and Crickett. If any y’all haven’t heard John’s last album, Tree of Forgiveness, try to hear it. He knew this was coming, and this song came from it. It wouldn’t have been half as good if my beloved Crickett had not added her keyboard devotions to it.
In the event I expire from the virus, I want my body submerged in the backyard pond as food for the fish and crayfish.
We have the luxury of sticking close to home and now that it is getting warmer, there is yard work to tend to.
I have gotten used to the scab on my nose. It is all sensitive to touch, so I presume that nerves have colonized the graft.