Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Well, Hello There

So, it's been over a month, huh? Hm.

Hello to the approximately three people still checking this blog!

My arm did not fall off. Nor did either of my legs. Sometimes life gets in the way of things we like to do and then you realize how easy it is to slip out of a routine. What do they say? Don't complain, don't explain. Or something like that. So I won't do either.

So...our CSA is in week four and I've learned that I don't really like radishes, there is such a thing as too much spinach, and nothing tastes better than a farm fresh egg. Yum. And Saturday morning excursions to the City Market are still necessary, if for nothing else than a hot cup of coffee and some excellent people watching while chowing down on the Banana Walnut French Toast at Succotash. It has a caramel sauce, people. I kid you not.

I've been composing entries in my head for the past month - now I have to type them all in.

10 comments:

Donna said...

Welcome back.

BullMarket said...

I guess I'm #2 of your readers! No need to apologize---life happens.

DLC said...

and here we have number 3.

Dan said...

4

Anonymous said...

Welcome back, and I do like myself radishes on tacos.

redpearl said...

I think you have a few more than 3 readers. I'm a long time reader who just never comments, something I need to work on.

I understand how life can get in the way, especially with a new little one to care for. But I'm glad you're back to writing.

redpearl said...

Oh, what is CSA?

Kirsten said...

Yay! You are back!

Price said...

That's one of the reasons I've held off on the whole CSA (community-supported agriculture) thing... I'm afraid my weekly shipment will consist of one delicious egg and ten pounds of squash and turnips.

Also, welcome back.

Sara said...

so far with our CSA, i'm waiting for ten pounds of anything, to be candid. the eggs are delicious, but the portions of vegetables have been pretty small. i'm chalking it up to being early in the season and waiting patiently for too much of something, so that we can share our bounty or learn how to preserve stuff for the off-season.

for anyone who is interested, here's a good link for more info on CSAs:
http://www.localharvest.org/csa/