You know the old saying, “April showers bring May flowers?” Well, we’ve had April showers AND May showers, and all they bring is mud, mud, and more mud. Especially nasty chicken-poo mud. The chicken enclosure has flooded so many times in the past few weeks. It’s disgusting. Continue reading “What Do May Showers Bring? Mud. – Down on the (Sub)Urban Farm”
April is over, somehow. I did not meet my Camp NaNo goal, ending the month with only 25 of the 75 hours I was aiming for. But that’s still 25 more hours than I had on April 1st, and so I’m pleased with that, even if a bit disappointed that I couldn’t just get my butt in gear and finish up that last 50 hours. Because I pretty much didn’t write/edit most of the last half of the month.
The main thing I worked on for Camp NaNo was revisions of my A-Zs of Worldbuilding workbook (that I’ve been hinting at since I wrote the original blog series). I have made a lot of progress toward getting this ready to publish this summer, though I’m not putting out a firm date yet until I’ve finished getting my last bits of feedback and have implemented what is necessary.
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In other news… we’ve had some rain.
You may recall when we had 15″ of rain in May of 2015.
We finished out April of 2017 with more than 10″ of rain. And most of that was in the last half of the month. Counting the first weekend of May, when it was still raining, we definitely came close to hitting that 15″ mark again over the course of a few weeks.
I’m just glad for a sunny weekend right now.
And lastly, I’m back on Twitter.
Almost two years to the date when I gave up Twitter. (Ironically.)
You can follow at @rebekah_loper.
That question has been hanging in my mind for the last week. Two years in a row now, we’ve had close calls with tornadoes. Last year it tried to come down on top of us – as in you could look out ANY of the windows from the house and see clouds rotating directly overhead. Continue reading “If a Natural Disaster Struck… what would you do?”