From his new location in Nashville, Joe Dan Gorman infuses his take on our country’s political news with sardonic humor.
This morning I was walking my usual (albeit later than usual) 2+ miles around the local city park lake and, also as usual, observing all the Canada Geese that have made the lake their summer home. They are so used to humans that unless they have very little ones, are rarely aggressive…unlike another set of Canada Geese I met on a recent camping trip. (That’s another story involving five mean attacking geese, four screaming/laughing/running girls and women and at least one dangerously close need for a pair of Depends.)
So as I was walking with no conversation other than the thoughts in my head, I thought to myself how graceful the geese look. So elegant with their curved necks and striking markings.
THEN…I saw this:
I laughed as I thought, “Bottoms UP!” Getting whatever the goose equivalent of mooning is called does not look at all graceful or elegant! Comical, yes. I wonder what was so good under there….
Some great gardening advice!
Originally posted on Old World Garden Farms :
Without a doubt – tomatoes are the most important crop we grow in our garden.
In fact, we use our home-grown tomatoes and tomato based products nearly 365 days a year. In the summertime – we eat them right off the vine, in salads, hamburgers, sauces and more. In the fall and winter months, we enjoy the tomato juice, vegetable soup, chili, salsa, pasta sauce, pizza sauce, and ketchup that we have canned or frozen from the summer’s bounty.
Here are some valuable hints, tips and tricks we have learned over the years to grow a bumper crop of tomatoes:
1. The When, How And Where Of Planting Tomatoes:
WHEN TO PLANT: Tomatoes are just about the last thing that get planted in our garden. Tomatoes…
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I have been conspicuous by my absence, lately, except for postings of videos that interest me and (maybe) you. I told my Southern Man that I need to get blogging, again, hopefully with some recipes. Yum!! Meanwhile, we have been busy with life, just like everyone else who is…living. One child is learning some life lessons while off at college; nothing bad, just learning about life as a responsible adult trying to find their way. I remember those days! The process never really ends, does it? The other child, once quiet and somewhat aloof, has blossomed at her new school with new friends, a new church and youth group, and extracurricular activities. We’re very proud of both our children. We have been truly blessed.
So, I hope all is well in YOUR lives. Back soon! :)
I’ve been falling behind with posting these videos, put together by Joe Dan Gorman. Enjoy! Or not….