Category: Just Me

July 4th

It’s so weird with the virus. There’s no formal fireworks displays. My neighbor’s one they do every year is scrubbed. The folks a few doors down had some though.

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Bigger harvests

More and more of the greens that are coming into out house are coming from the garden! It’s just such a strange thing to see having grown up in cities. Gardens were the stuff you had to grow a special treat of a tomato or...

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Pepper!

A Hungarian yellow pepper! The first from the garden. It needed a bit more time on the plant, but it was touching the ground and threatening to start to degrade. This is the first big thing from the garden! 😃

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Visionary?

It’s hard to hire for visionaries. And actually, you probably ought not to in the first place. You need to foster a fertile ground for people to be creative in and let the creativity flow. What does it me to be that...

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Corn!

Well, proto-corn at least! I never thought I would have corn growing in my yard. But I’m so happy to have this timeline be a reality.

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Culvert issues

Yesterday Ennie found something on the driveway. More along what wasn’t there actually. We have a creek in the front yard. The driveway has a culvert over the Shaw Branch of White’s Creek. What she found was a hole....

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The best process is no process

There are so many people that seem to love inventing process. And more still cling to the structure that process provides. A series of interlocks that stand between you and getting things done. So often I see process that...

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Virus… new strain?

Someone online was musing that the reason we’re getting fewer and fewer people dying from this is that this is a new strain of the virus… My gut feel is that it isn’t a new strain because you’d have to have a lot of...

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Finches!

These little guys are starting to look like birdies! Right now they live just outside my front door in one of the hanging planters that Ennie put up. So cute! And now they are starting to flap their little wings...

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