|Posted by Judi F Radel on October 7, 2011 at 11:40 AM|
Since I am such an unbelievably organized person, I have already decided on my 2012 New Year's Resolution. (Cough, gag, sputter...what? Organized? Me? Hardy har, har! Obviously, my true calling is a comedian, instead of a farmer.) So, anyway, what was I talking about? Oh, yeah. Right. My New Year's Resolution.
Keep in mind that I don't normally make New Year's Resolution because 1. I don't keep them. 2. I think they are silly. Why wait until the start of a new year to begin this supposed new phase in your life? Start right away. Start the day that you decide that you are going to do something different with your life. That said, I am planning on starting my 2012 New's Resolution early...like today.
Drum roll, please...my 2012 New Year's Resolution is to keep up with this farm blog on a more regular basis. Except in the spring and summer when I am off grid. And too busy to report on all the farm happenings. For six months out of the year, I plan to be more accessible and ready to roll out the presses for the farm releases.
So, you say, what is happening on Yeehaw Farm these days?
Hmmm. Well. Hmmm. Not much. It's pretty boring on the farm lately. Well, okay, I lie. Actually, we aren't as busy this time of year as we were over this past spring and summer but things have calmed down a little. I can now resume breathing. Ahhh, air in my lungs, oh how I have missed you!
With fall finally in the air, the last few days have been a blessing compared to the extremely wet, recording breaking precipitation filled year. I love fall on the farm. I love the harvest and getting ready to bunker down for the winter. Even though, we haven't finished the vegetable season for 2011, I am looking forward to the 2012 growing season. I am considering different ways to do things in crop production that could make things easier and more efficient.
Want to read something funny? I started this blog entry last Friday and it's now...what day of the week? Um...yeah, I think it's Wednesday. So much for my resolution. Thank goodness that I started in October, two months before the actual resolution has to be taken seriously.
I just hope that when it's time for my final days on this Earth, that I still lack time management skills and miss my own funeral. This is the only time that I can think of that my lacking skill will be beneficial.
Until then...I will do better with this blog. Promise. (With my fingers crossed!)
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