Tuesdays Triumphs

Working on a writing course, Needing to write down the three top worries that I have about writing. Well, that no one would be interested in anything that I write, that I am not interesting enough to write about my life, and third, that I am no one important, so who would be interested. Ummm, I may not be important in the sense that I am world renown, but I feel like people like knowing about a tree farmers life and what all goes on in trying to grow trees, because without us, there would be a shortage of paper, wood for building houses, and furniture. so I will keep writing my story in hopes that people will find it entertaining.

I have to get out to the shop sometime today as I have things that I need to finish up so that I can get started on more quilting and other things. I did do some resin work about a week ago, but it is still sticky and I don’t really know what is going on or how to fix it. I need to do some reading on the type of resin that I used so that I understand it better, It was one of the resins that you use UV light to cure it, and I did several different layers so that It would cure but it stayed sticky.So right now I want to go back to the old resin and allow it to dry for 24 hours first.

Working on getting caught up on classes and boy do I have a lot of classes. I need to stop saying yes to doing all of these things, but I enjoy doing them. But I want to get some of them finished so that I can do other things. So I am going to start working on this and try to finish up 5 different programs in the next two weeks. That is alot of things to listen to and write but I think that I can get them done.

Well, that’s all the news from the south,
Happy” farming” to all the farm girl sisters out there.
See you next time down on the farm..

3 thoughts on “Tuesdays Triumphs

  1. Oh, I love the painting! Actually, the words that emphatically came out of my mouth were, “THAT’S CUTE!”, but then, you know I love anything Autumn and Hallowe’en [yes, that apostrophe *is* supposed to be there, even though it’s now common to leave it out].

    Writing can be fun. Personal writing tends to be just how you talk and you don’t have to worry about capitalization or punctuation – I always think those go with personal journals or diaries. Spelling doesn’t count there, either. Online, though, can be different depending on where and why you’re writing. Spelling, capitalization, and punctuation count there depending on your audience. You know me, though. I love writing, and in my writing courses in college, when writing poetry, I always tried “messing” things up by trying new things. What did they call that? Oh, yes, innovation! When posting stuff I always try to “read” the post from someone else’s perspective. I am glad to help you if you’d like. 🙂

    I love reading about the farm, but then, I have always liked your farm. But I love hearing about the chickens, turkeys and deer, along with the fish pond and the now overgrown garden, thanks to all that rain. I think it’s great you have this farm right in the middle of “everywhere”, that part of town that is growing all around you now. And I really enjoy seeing the photos you post, but captions on some would help.

    How’s the “harvest” coming along?

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    • had to stop because the ground was slippery on Monday, but 8 trucks in and out so far today so it is doing good. It is funny hearing the “Whump” of the trees hitting the ground. You are not really ready for it.

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  2. Your writing is very conversational styled and enjoyable to read. I hope you get your projects completed so you can move on to whatever is next.

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