Last Thursday was a significant day. I ran out of To Dos! The past few months have felt like some kind of juggling act. There were all these new and very time-consuming activities that I just added to my regular roster of activities. I had a long and daunting list of chores and tasks that didn’t look like they’d ever get done. And then, one day they did get done. Even the long and complicated ones!
I attribute it to Trello! Continue reading “The Day All the To Dos Got Done”
When the only horses you have met are riding school horses and for-hire ponies, you get a very skewed picture of what a horse is like. You look at things like height, color, and how well they move. What a pleasant surprise to find out that horses are so much more Continue reading “Horses, I Have Grossly Underestimated You!”
Back in college, I was one of those skinny people who ate a lot. My friends could not figure out how I could eat so much and still stay so skinny. This was ages ago, before “high metabolism” became a buzz word. One of them said, “You probably have worms.” And it stuck. My friends mentioned the worms thing so often Continue reading “I’ve Got Worms!”
This is a photo gallery of the trees and shrubs we have found growing in the farm, plus the ones we planted.
When you click on the caption, you will see a full-screen photo of the plant. If you want to read more about that plant or see more pictures, click on the caption underneath the photo. You will be brought to a that plant’s page.
Madre de Cacao on the left intertwined with Duhat
Alim –Melanolepis multiglandulosa