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Death to 2016 II

Welcome 2017, and already you’re starting to look like a mirror image of 2016. This makes me sad. I have reached about the end of my ability to deal with 2016, and if 2017 is just going to be 2016 … Continue reading

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The Ninth of January, 2017.

I knew she was sick, but I did not know that she was that sick. Moraig has passed. That is an event that is worthy of the persona blog, don’t you think? It is a new year, and I want … Continue reading

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First blog post at this point in time

My current webhost is shutting down after a massively wonderful and long run. As small internet sites go, Itasca.net was long-in-the-wonderful-tooth and I will always be happy to have had UncleMikey host my services for all these years. I needed … Continue reading

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April is poetry month

Times are grim around here. There is nothing more to say about that, though, because otherwise it just seems like staring at your tummy and thinking about the needed tuck. I will mention that I have been so outwardly-focused that … Continue reading

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Now Harvesting at Marihaus Gardens: Harvest Monday

Well, I fully intended to do a full blown Harvest Monday post last week. I got side tracked. And then I fully intended to do a full blown Harvest Monday today. But I got sidetracked, AND my bread machine died. … Continue reading

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In which planting and migraines are discussed.

OH, THE PAIN, THE PAIN I’m on day three of the most impairing migraine I have ever had. It’s not the most painful, but it is the most persistent, and it came with a wealth of symptoms I had not … Continue reading

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Marihaus Gardens now harvesting…

Dandelion, Plantain, Hosta, Raspberries, Lemon Balm, Lovage, light amounts of lettuce, onion greens, chives, garlic greens, radishes and radish greens, light amounts of beet greens, sorrel, dock, rhubarb, orach, violets, bellflower. The strawberries are blooming. Keeping the ground cover over … Continue reading

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