Kristen, one of our great friends and customers stopped by. She had her dog in the truck and Cotton took quite an interest.
Kristen is, shall we say, vertically challenged. Cotton, not so much. Darling Wifey was able to catch this moment of farm life for everyone to enjoy.
Not sure who is actually taller here.
I came across this TED talk when it was played on a podcast I listen to. I enjoyed this and thought I’d pass it along.
TED talk on guerrilla urban gardening
13 quarts of spaghetti sauce is our last hurrah of canning for the summer unless we decide to can some beans.
We may have some tomatoes that sneak in before the season ends but they will probably end up as salsa.
With the previous 20 quarts that gives us 33 quarts put away this summer. Since mom and dad are on Atkins, that’s an awful lot of sauce and should last us well into next summer.
Big news. Our first order on Ninja Cow Farm shirts have arrived. Luckily I had lots of experienced help to help me sort everything out. 🙂
wake county plan approved
I was there for the commissioners meeting. Good progress and good news for Wake County.
This is a test from WordPress.
This is a test post on the WordPress mobile app. Brian seemed to indicate that it may be easier to post from WordPress to Facebook than to try to capture the feed from Facebook and post it on WordPress. Since I am not a fan of Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook seems to break functionality about twice a year for no reason I figured I would try the WordPress app.
I was worried that the WordPress app was no good because the reviews on the App Store were not very flattering. However Brian said that it was basically the same as facebook mobile app so I figured I would give it a try. It’s not exactly the same but I can see the similarities. I guess I just need to learn how it works and its little nuances. Not to worry Facebook fans, if this works we will have these posts flow over from WordPress to the Facebook page so you won’t miss anything.