amongst the vegetables and other woes from an English in Kentucky
Saturday, March 18, 2017
It'll be summer before we know it. More experienced minds have suggested it's
going to be a dry summer which can be good for Tomato, it's the cold damp spells
in June that get them. But who knows.
No sign of a white feather in the barn yet, but nonetheless machines who had the
good fortune to sleep through winter need to be woken. Have to watch my language
around them, I'll start with a verse or two from Silent Night.