Yep, it's raining again.
I found a lovely piece of property (with a house) at a steal of a price, which I would have jumped all over - except it didn't have a well. :( Trying to find the perfect piece of property in our price range is harder than I thought!
Our electric bill was UGLY this last month. I am assuming it's because I have been stuck using the dryer so much. I about had a heart attack when I saw the total!
I'm excited to start planting, even if we could move before we harvest anything. I'm really hoping this year will go a lot better than years past! I will probably just start the basics here in the next couple of weeks - tomatoes, peppers, zucchini. Of course we have strawberries and blackberries already in, as well as onions and garlic. Homemade salsa time! ;) I know I don't have a green thumb, but I am bound and determined to keep trying.
Thank goodness I am better at baking. ;)
Zombies sought for regional filming Anyone in the UK interested? I could never participate in something like that, I'd be too busy cranking about things not being realistic enough. ;) DH makes fun of me for that, but I love my zombies with a healthy dose of realism.
Now why couldn't we have learned stuff like this in school? Maybe I wouldn't have been quite so bored. Cram Session: School, Palm Bay use zombies to help feed kids' brains
And this is right up DH's alley: Kansas militia expects zombies, and it’s dead serious
Poor DH, who is a super cranky man thanks to the current ammo shortage. :( He's been stuck playing more with his other toys. The kiddo pointed out that there is no shortage of rocks for her slingshot, LOL
*cringe* Imagine If Seattle Was Walled-In & Filled With Zombies Then again, I don't actually live in Seattle, so they can knock themselves out. ;) I love Cherie's books - if you haven't read them, and you love zombies and steampunk, then you simply must!
Gone is the days of practical presents. :(