Some action bout to go down in my kitchen, the time is upon us, I've craved these for far to long, and all the ingredients have finally came together.
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
What Brings you here REALLY, I know youve gotten wind of me, D'YOU forget my flow was KillaBee, an when da dust has settled you will clearly see. That there really neva was none as ILL as me. Etch that to ya memory Im goin nowhere soon, forewarned Im tellin you ya bout to meet ya doom. My cousins really stupedefied at how I spit these accapella, whoda thunk it comin from such a fine clever fella. Tap da bottle an Twizast the cizap, stuff da blunt an spizark da splizaff. Now I'm inside my head no noise from da riftraft, plus thats how get down when I hizone da crizaft. Youve entered into battle beatin down youll be fractured, I told you comin back herr you'da aughtoawannabeen mastered.
Monday, June 13, 2011
I be spittin rhyme silly flows Ocean like Billys, I dont kicks em freestyle I put my thoughts into em Really. I hit da beat hard like I punted an kicked you in da balls, it may take me a few to pen em but really wit no flaws. I spit slang wit country draws spit flame at all the frauds, your style is really feeble You really want War My Dawgs. Yeah, these are rhymes I write so as I bring 'em to you right, I'll have you walkin wit ya head down, surrendered from da fight. I be ballin' wit da winnin's flash cash for all da womens, do it at da motel cant stain mi casas' linens. I come with a different kind of fire it will leave you singed, You should know that I'll be ready should you seek out revenge. This was juss a warnin shot the next is cocked an ready, no prints left at the scene I came in did it steady.
Sunday, June 12, 2011
Friday, June 10, 2011
So that is the pic I bring you today. Needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised when I noticed the growth since bringing you the last pic... I think you will be to.
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Here take a look. You can see the green sprout from the earlier post, and two very prominent yellowish leaves, I trust is either yellow or orange bell peppers, or squash. If you look to the top of the bottom yellow leaf, you'll notice stem breaking ground, and also just to the left of the top leaf. While I'm at it, I might as well show you the other thriving vegetables. The green beans are goin' off. There gettin' it for all it's worth. God is backing this idea, with the aide of Mother Nature.
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Extra Space, Means Extra Produce. Extra produce means, Extra Meals I can prepare gardenfresh, for you daily. I'm buyin' 'em as I see 'em, cause I'm not afraid to use 'em. All aspects of a meal, I've told you, I will have hands in, though Alex's Super Sandwich thingy, may appear on the menu, and you should already know my plans, for Stephanies' potatoe salad to place as my top billin' side, to my "Almost Award Winning... Oh, It's Never been Entered Before Sauce!! Everything I plan to bring you has already garnered a small local following, consisting mostly of coworkers and a few neighbors from the old apartment complex, and it's surrounding areas. I'm friends with the Huntington Ribfest, Huntington, WV. via Facebook. I've asked them a few times now, how someone of my stature can get in on the festivities, they've yet to divulge any pertinent information, for fear, I believe of me comin in and knockin off all the big boys of the game. I've touted from the first time I asked, that I'm a garaunteed money winner, and the way all of my so called guinea pigs rant and rave over meals I've shared with them, I'm gunnin for the top spot.
What makes me so confident in my claims? We have 52 states and only 5 Texas, Tennessee, Missouri and the Carolinas are considered the BBQ capitals. Well, I'm from Tennessee, I love the Carolinas, and I know all there secrets, and for that fact I believe they fear lil ol' me. I reside in the state of Ohio, and I will make it a known capital of BBQ.
Keepin' in tradition of what all this has been about, today I fed the worms a mixture of 4 apples and a banana, all with the skins, and about 5 small celery stix and some baby carrots from a veggie tray purchased by a coworker or two. I think the apples may have been from a gift basket.
I am starting out with 285 sq. ft. Pretty good start. More than likely, before anything goes into the ground, here in the next week and a half, or so, I may use some of my time in extending about another 41/2'(10:05 pm 6/07/11 more thought process, maybe 6 feet all the way around), each way in the bed. That would give me, serving my community, fresh vegetation, out of 458.25 sq. ft.,(837 sq ft), by harvest time, I'm hoping to have in my possesion, a canner and some jars.
Also don't be mislead as to what you see in this pic, I know you're probably looking, you see no fence, and thinking critters. But, if I'm telling you, what it is that you're asking, then know, that I myself have had this idea from around month 8 of this whole thought process. I'm beginning first by combating the burrowing rodents, rabits, gophers, weasles... if weasles burrow, they won't be coming at the roots of my system. The overall goal is taking shape and coming to fruition. Upon the completion of bed exstention, I will have purchased a couple of different items, for smoothing out the bed, spacing out my rows, and oh Yeah!!, protecting my crops at the initial investment. The seasons weather, and the work of the underground, have done a double team on the seeds = Vermipost: BIGGER, STRONGER, FASTER!!!
But, it is a start. After a couple of days now watching the rise and hourly progression of the sun, I've realized a couple of different things. Starting small is my first option. My Yard is very shaded, due to 5, very overgrown trees. Along with the one in the front yard coming down, I had already spoke of scaling back some branches, of the other 4. Well, I'll hafta go higher than expected, in each tree to bring in ample sunlight. Overtime, this will be achieved, every bit of extra money I make and can pour back into the land/business, I will. Well, I'm not exactly where I want to be, but as I said in the beginning, It's going to be a long slow process... that point I believe I have made evident. But, truly for the first time, I can now grow as fast as my crops allow me.
Sunday, June 5, 2011
You know now from yesterday's post, the ground work is now underway. Today, I had my eldest son, Kyler, begin the moving of the dirt to the tarp. In my philosophy of work smart, not hard, I also joined in... my volonteers, readily chippin' in. In the upper right hand corner of the tarp, facing the house, what you see on top of the dirt is finely minced carrot. Reason being, I've incorporated the work of the underground and most of the vermipost that they've produced, over the course of the last four years. I've left some of the casting in the original habitat, for consumption from the second batch, still to be purchased. The goal of the tarp is for the worms that I have inhabited here, to multiply. I've undoubtably done that with the space that I've provided them. I'm serious in my endevours, in the here and now is where my life changes. All the labor intensive hours, I've put in to bring you flavor, via breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Saturday, June 4, 2011
My Brother in Law puttin in his keep, with shovel in hand, and his will and desire to Destroy shit, to pretty much pass his time.