I'm amazed at how quickly the months have gone by lately. Maybe it has to do with cramming a Tucson trip with a visit by The Mama. She leaves on Thursday, but we've got a number of things to finish up before she goes.
Tomato seeds get planted tomorrow. So do greens and peas outside under a cold frame. For the next few weeks, we'll be taking care of bunnies for friends, while they finish up some other commitments.
I hope the chickens don't get jealous.
Write for greeting card companies. (From the Penny Hoarder)
Excavations at an Israeli copper mine site have uncovered 3,000-year-old fabric. Plus, leather, seeds and other interesting bits...
Weird Al Yankovic's take on 'Word Crimes:' English majors everywhere are cheering!
(Click on this link, if you're having trouble with the one below.)
Mushy peas and spaghetti: a newspaper look at one of my favorite frugal bloggers, Life After Money.
A 23-year-old from the Ukraine 'becomes' a high-student student. Eventually, he also gets caught. (Take a look at the photo in the link -- does this guy really look 18 to you?)
The Royal Bank of Scotland posts another 2 BILLION pound annual loss. What's even scarier: this is the eighth year in a row for serious losses.
Shelter dogs as ball runners in professional tennis tournaments? Yes, in Brazil.
Have a great week.
|Pikes Peak...hopefully the green will be starting soon.|