O'z Ark

Reach For the Sky and Do it NOW

Why You Have Come Here

If you have arrived here seeking sanctity or blessing, then you will have to provide your own cloak and dagger. I only confess to the daily struggle to treat the world with the respect it has earned in my estimation. We all look to the sky and wonder. I feel the whisper of the ages calling and know not what flutter or ripple calls true. My approach is to touch your life in only the manner in which you prefer. As we all must suffer at some time, then I feel we all deserve, also, the right to laugh. My smile is my weapon, and at times my words also I use to defend.

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Friday, October 3, 2008

Goodby Summer

During these autumn mornings, we are experiencing dews that blanket the yard until afternoon. As the sun's trajectory now leaves a great deal of it in the shade for most of the day. So warm days and wet conditions have plushed out the yard and trails with one of the most proliferous sets of mushrooms that I can remember.
Camouflaged in the last of the green bean foliage, the only aspect of me that remains bug-like and not an imaginary plant are the eyes.



Tiny garden is still producing lunch, but these days are numbered. These heirloom tomatoes have given me the longest lasting produce as far as time wise. Today is October 3, 2008 and they still valiantly carry on.

2 comments:

Hathor said...

What are the heirlooms names? One year I had a prolific heirloom, but they were a little too acidic for my taste, but they made good sauces. All I can remember about the name was that it Tennessee ? and had purplish skin. Would like to try some other variety that someone had success with.

Hope you are felling better?

jeanie oliver said...

My dear Hathor,
I bought the "heirloom" tomatoes from a lady at a city wide yard sale. This was the only way that she had them labeled so the only way that I could help would be to google image search until I came across something that looked similar.
Health-Mayo Clinic has tentively diagnosed my POTS syndrome as a symptom part and parcel of Parkinson's Disease and I am being set up with a neurologist with a famous hospital in St. Louis that right now the name of slips my mind. thanks so much for reading my blog and inquiring about me.
later
Jeanie O.