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Gardening Tips From Doc

Posted by mcm0704 on July 22, 2015 |

Please help me welcome Slim Randles as today’s Wednesday’s Guest with his pals from the Mule Barn Truck Stop. I do like Doc’s approach to gardening, but I would miss my petunias. Cinnamon rolls for everyone to share this morning. Enjoy… Days like this, said Doc, a guy has to get out and get his […]

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Don’t Take Gardening Tips From Herb

Posted by mcm0704 on July 16, 2014 |

Slim Randles is here again as Wednesday’s Guest. I am still busy with the Kidzz on Stage Drama Camp, and I am so glad that Slim is willing to be my guest and keep you entertained while I am basically absent from the cyber world. In honor of Herb, I thought we could all start […]

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Friday’s Odds and Ends

Posted by mcm0704 on December 9, 2011 |

So Herman Cain is out, and now Newt Gingrich is taking the lead in the list of candidates for the Republican nomination for president. Some pundits consider him the strongest candidate, despite his past with Freddie Mac and the fact that he is less than honorable when it comes to bedding women. He has been […]

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Monday Morning Musings

Posted by mcm0704 on June 20, 2011 |

It is hot here in Texas. Blistering, mind-numbing hot with a wind that is leeching any drop of moisture from the soil and driving dust through any crevice in the house. And we haven’t had any rain in forever. Every morning, I go out in the mornings to give my animals fresh water and hay […]

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Friday’s Odds and Ends

Posted by mcm0704 on March 4, 2011 |

Before we get to the regularly scheduled program, I have a guest piece on Elizabeth Spann Craig’s Mystery Writing is Murder blog. We are talking about jigsaw puzzles and writing and what they have in common. Stop on by if you have a minute. ~~~~~~~ Add caption Dennis Montgomery, who owns a California computer company, […]

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Gardening is good for your soul

Posted by mcm0704 on January 26, 2011 |

Here in Texas the gardening season is just beginning. It’s time to plant early spring crops such as peas and spinach and carrots and onions. I’m late getting mine planted, but I have been digging a few rows a day for the past month – except when it turned bitter cold – and I will […]

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Friday’s Odds and Ends

Posted by mcm0704 on January 7, 2011 |

It might seem a bit odd to be doing this in the dead of winter, but I have been digging in my garden the last few days, turning a few rows a day. I remember when I used to be able to turn the whole plot in an afternoon. That young person is hidden somewhere […]

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I am Not Making This Up

Posted by mcm0704 on April 21, 2010 |

Absurdities abound. Yesterday I read a news story about a woman in Dallas who was clearing old, dead vines from a thicket along a park. Apparently there is a city ordinance that one cannot “cut, break, deface or in any way injure the trees shrubs, plants, grass, turf (just in case you don’t know what […]

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Gardening is so good for the soul

Posted by mcm0704 on April 16, 2010 |

I have been spending a lot of time outdoors planting new flowers and tending to my garden. Since I am still dealing with grief issues, it has been very therapeutic for me. Yesterday I spent an entire day planting things. That made me think of the year I couldn’t garden, so I found an excerpt […]

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Six more weeks of winter?

Posted by mcm0704 on February 2, 2010 |

Today is the day — Groundhog Day — not as auspicious a holiday as some others, but one we can have fun with. And my friend, Tracy Farr, is having lots of fun on his blog today. Hope you can hop over there to read his whole piece. If the groundhog was here in East […]

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