That saying makes me giggle every time I hear it. (long story)
Sometimes opportunities don't merely knock, they pound on the door. And if you take a moment to at least look through the peep hole, instead of cowering in the corner, you will lose it.
I can't talk about it just yet, but there might just be something pounding on my door, yelling through the thick wood, begging and pleading that I just look. I have looked, and it seems to be the opportunity that I have been wanting for a very very long time. It combines my love of cooking, homesteading and bikers. Now let's see what happens when the phone rings.
Of course the weatherman lied. Summer has arrived and we are looking at 100+ F for a full week. Good for my plants, bad for me.
We let the guineas outside to see the world, they wondered off. Not sure how they got out of the pen, but they did and they are quiet. I hear that they are loud, but my batch was mute.
The garden is looking good. I am a little worried about the tomatoes because the water doesn't seem to be draining off like it should. We will have to fix that. The squash plants are huge, but no flowers yet. I am so looking forward to this years harvest.
Cooking, homesteading AND bikers? You would be a very lucky woman...I hope it works out the way you want it too! :) that would be awesome.
Hope everything goes well for ya, my friend!
It's about time for some good news, don't ya think?
It's about dagum time something good happened for you, I hope this comes through!
Up here in NE Kansas we've been getting so much rain it's starting to carry away my dirt! On the plus side though, I have huge green tomatoes, if only the sun would come out long enough to turn them red! Best of luck in your garden!
I sincerely hope the banging on your door works out for you, whatever it is. (I know you'll tell us about it when the time is right.)
Keeping my fingers crossed for you...
Wishing the very best for you. I take it nothing was damaged in the tornadoes?
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