Yes, big doins. I’m a transplanted Southerner, which means I says things like y’all, hey y’all, etc. So, big doins at UTSF. I didn’t think I had an accent until I moved WAY north and west of the Mason Dixon, but apparently it’s noticeable enough for frequent comments when I go anywhere. Anyway, back to farm news! Our neighbors have noticed the activity over here and are watching our progress!
Everything is doing really well, which is surprising considering I have the ability to kill plastic plants. If it makes sense, I have really good looking dirt. Coming from Georgia’s red clay soil, it’s nice to not have to fight to plant something. I am excited to see their progress!
House news… I’m still working on the flowerbeds around the house and finding little diamonds along the way. Someone clearly loved this place so I am trying to preserve all the plants I find as I remove the English Ivy. As I’ve worked I’ve found…
There is still so much to do, but it’s a joy being able to work on it. We also bought three more cherry trees to add to the orchard we didn’t know we had! Apparently this pretty girl knew. I hope she doesn’t eat all of the cherries!
Up to Scratch Ambassadors have arrived!!
My Chicken babies deserve a post of their own… so keep checking!