END OF THE WEEK

There’s three entries this morning for your reading and eye candy enjoyment.

This morning we have a meeting with a local High School who wants PTF to put on a few programs with the kids this coming semester.  With wrapping up the week, bread baking, delivering produce orders to our clients, running errands and preparing for Sunday’s speaking engagement at a local church it’s certainly one of those busy days.

It’s (animal) feeding time, so back later….

Comments(8)

  1. rhonda jean says:

    The gardens, as usual, are magnificent. Well done on all the canning you managed to get through. What did you do with the peaches?

    I hope you all have a great weekend.

  2. rhonda jean says:

    The gardens, as usual, are magnificent. Well done on all the canning you managed to get through. What did you do with the peaches?

    I hope you all have a great weekend.

  3. ~~Melissa says:

    Here (Ontario, Canada) high school students have to complete 40 hours of volunteer work to get their high school diplomas. Sounds like you could put them to work where you are (if such a program exists there?)!

  4. ~~Melissa says:

    Here (Ontario, Canada) high school students have to complete 40 hours of volunteer work to get their high school diplomas. Sounds like you could put them to work where you are (if such a program exists there?)!

  5. Anais says:

    Hello Rhonda

    Thank you for your comments. As always they are much appreciated from such an accomplished pioneer woman such as yourself.

    Whew! First onslaught of preservation down and more to go. Our little ‘stead will be well stock for the fall and winter.

    Peaches, what peaches? Hehe… This batch never made it to the jars. All devored al fresco.

    Love
    Anais

  6. Anais says:

    Hello Rhonda

    Thank you for your comments. As always they are much appreciated from such an accomplished pioneer woman such as yourself.

    Whew! First onslaught of preservation down and more to go. Our little ‘stead will be well stock for the fall and winter.

    Peaches, what peaches? Hehe… This batch never made it to the jars. All devored al fresco.

    Love
    Anais

  7. Anais says:

    Hello Melissa

    Thanks for the comments, sounds like a very interesting program. I’ll have to check on our school district.
    Perhaps our LA contingent can comment?

  8. Anais says:

    Hello Melissa

    Thanks for the comments, sounds like a very interesting program. I’ll have to check on our school district.
    Perhaps our LA contingent can comment?

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