Wednesday, May 1, 2013

in the green house












Every now and then I wonder why I don't have some big building project going on....then I remember that 5 years of construction was done in order to became a farmer instead of a builder.  79,102,55,0,C,.2

11 comments:

rick said...

building is just the nature of man.
our father was a carpenter.

Freebirdmcmlvii said...

102 already??

Larry G said...

Guess I would have thought that the greenhouse would be a year-round job with other stuff done as needed!

but your journey obviously has a "flexible" itinerary which is pretty normal in the world of "never stop learning".

thanks for continuing to share your journey with the rest of us!

but would like to also know more about Benita and finding Christ if and when you are so inclined to share.

Rita B. said...

It's OK to take a little rest and tend your garden. Can't wait to see how the greenhouse performs this year. As far as projects, we all know you've still got plenty to keep you busy around there. Hope all is well with Mr. Floppy, Carl and the boys (and girl chicks).

D. B. Day IV said...

You still got those shipping containers to finish out . . .

J said...
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J said...

...and the Airstream...

Compost Bob said...

It seems that the keeper of the garden is absolutely earning his keep!! Nice work ... in partnership with the real Master gardener :-)!!
Compost Bob
Kingsbury, Texas

Allison said...

Nice depth of field on the ruffly orange-red flower. What is that? It's very pretty.

Allen Hare said...

It's very green in there.

Are you still going to finish out one of those shipping containers as a living quarters?

John Wells said...

all construction projects are on hold until I get a second wind...