Don and I follow this thought when we travel-we love to go "where the wind blows us". We've seen some amazing things that way. Funny that we are so different at home. We are so routine-orientated! Love the marigolds-so bright and cheery!Have a wonderful week!
I left a couple of responses to your comments on my blog. Thanks for following. When I was young people used to tell me that it was natural to be idealistic when you are young, but as you grow up you'll settle down in the real world. I find the opposite is true: the older I get the more I understand and the more radical I get.
Oh and for your farmers wanted ad: We have someone coming this week through this web-site to help with the olive harvest: http://www.helpx.net/index.asp. Go register with them, it might get you some part timers for a wee while and you can educate people about your ideas one-to-one. And good luck with your Canadian olives!
Very well put.:)
I am always so happy to see notes of encouragement here from you guys. I was rushing my chores tonight (this morning, whatever) so I could reply to your last comments. Please forgive my tardiness I really do save this part of blogging for when I can sit relax and really share. Mr. H. you make each commenter feel like a visitor with your warm and helpful comments, please don't think this goes unnoticed here, even though I sadly lack your skill. The soup was very good, usually I add double the vegetables and eat it for days (no one else here likes it, but my enjoyment more than makes up for the lack). And Sue, it is great to have your back, I sorely missed your notes. Now Heiko, you are trying to put me to work? lol - off to see what that is about. Ok been there, am back, tired just thinking about it! I concur with your convictions. Peace
I'm so glad you stopped by my blog, because it was an absolute pleasure to find your blog. I can't wait to try some of your recipes.