Rain has been so good. Garden growing great guns. Tom picked a pickup truck load of greens and turnips today. I think the Dinner Bell is serving greens on Wednesday. Turnip and mustard greens that is. I am loving the spinach that he has been picking. New potatoes will be picked by the end of the week.
Spring means a busy time for him but I so love it. Wait a minute, a busy time for me to because I will start to freeze and can these vegetables for us to eat next winter. Good stuff.
New books have been appearing at the Brashear Free Library. Stop by and check to see if you love some of the authors: Louis L'amour, Lee Child and Diane Mott. There are children's books too. Brand new ones. Stop by and grab a book for someone you know who might be a shut in who likes to read. These books are for anyone who needs a good read or just enjoys reading. Share the word and the books. Thanks.
The weather has turned cold who would have thought the last of April and I might have to put the heavy blankets back on the bed.
We are having an estate sale, barn sale, tool sale at my mom's house on Saturday, May 3. Come out and shop.
We have met some new residents of Brashear lately. Have you met Hunter and Kari Potts? They are living in the camper on their land while their house is being finished. They live on the Miller Grove highway. Stop by and say hello.
Mr. Santangelo stopped by on Sunday to ask me to mention about the Our Beef Checkoff. He wanted everyone to find out more about this and make sure we are informed about how to vote. Check it out at texasbeefcheckoff.com. Always helps to be an informed voter.
Early voting is going on right now. Take the time and vote.
Winding down, but do not want to forget to let everyone know that we are not having a Brashear Bash this spring. Interest was not to great last year so we are waiting a little longer before we have another one.
Thanks for all of the nice cards and sentiments I have received since I lost my mom.
Happy birthday to my dear friend, Lynette King.
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