June 22nd garden update


Corn is doing great.


My flower beds are in full bloom


My herbs and spices are doing great.


Beef tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, Bell-pepper and cantaloupe are doing good. I have flowers to transplant. We are hoping for a great summer harvest this year.

Posted on June 22, 2015, in Gardening. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. I’ve looked over all of your garden updates, the wind damage, the fire pit..looks like you guys are having a great time in the garden.

    • I have a lot of picture post updates to do on this site.I am so behind. I really apologize. We have been taking photos at least.I sent you an email but it came back. My computer had a virus. Hubby spent two days trying to fix it. I had 350 emails to catch up on. I thought he was joking.I am still trying to catch up on them. Today I am writing back to comments. I have to figure out how to make post. Hubby still has to fix our data sharing. All my photos are in limbo until then. Hopefully by next week I will be back in my groove of posting.

      • Nice to hear from you Honey. I was wondering what happened to you.

        I use this software. It is free though I pay the yearly subscription of 13.00 to include the anti-virus. It really works. Here is the link: https://www.safer-networking.org/

        Again, I am glad to hear from you and hope your health and other things are well for you.


      • My anti virius works fine. I did not let it update or scan the computer since Feb. I know that is bad, but I learned my lesson. Thanks for the tip I will check it out.

        I added fresh aloe vera to my juice in the juicer. My stomach responded positively the first time. This is the best my stomach has been in a year. I only need an ounce of it a day.I am still doing everything else but this last addition to my diet made all the difference for me. I wanted to do summer saults because I was so happy. My hair is even starting to grow back.
        Thanks for all your help and nutritional advice. This would not have been possible without you.

      • Thanks Honey for your kind words, I really appreciate it. I get excited myself to help others with their health. Though the credit really goes to all the researchers who investigate alternative and natural therapies.

        Thanks again Honey and I am excited you are feeling better!!

  2. Hey Honey! Somehow you seemed to drop off my radar (I don’t know why) so I have not received any alerts about your new posts. I hope all is going well for you. It would be nice to keep in touch and to see how you are going in the Northern Hemisphere 😀 Take care, Best, Sharon

    • Hi Sharon,
      Thanks for noticing my abscence. June was scortching hot here. My health tanked in June with my health is a great escape. My husband whined that he was a Outlander widow on his face book page.I will post it later. I was standing in the kitchen with him drinking apple juice when he said I swear I am worried how you are going to have withdrawls when you have nothing left to read. I laughed and cider squirted out of my nose and mouth.

      July it poured here. We were running in an out between storms and tending to the garden.I was sooo busy reading about homeopathic remedys for my digestive issues. Agust was god sent because I have had substantial success with the homeopath remedies and my digestive problems. I will write more later.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s


Indigenous Issues and Resistance

Crafting My Retirement

A Journey of Rediscovery

Princess Sassy Pants & Co.™

Just breathe...And trust that you are right where you need to be.

Tallbloke's Talkshop

Cutting edge science you can dice with

Life in the Boomer Lane

Musings of a former hula hoop champion


Primary Hyperparathyroid Disease - Raising awareness and advocating for improvement in diagnosis and standards for surgical treatment.

Bee Kinder

Be Kind To Our Native Bees

How to Provide

for your family


A great WordPress.com site


Peoplecare and beyond

The Most Revolutionary Act

Uncensored updates on world events, economics, the environment and medicine

Wobbly Warrior's Blog

Just another WordPress.com site


Random thoughts, topics, and philosophy

Voices from the Margins

A welcoming space for resistance to the forces of oppression and hegemony.

%d bloggers like this: