This year I discovered my hip bag is useful for gardening. Unlike pockets, the items in it aren’t poking at me or getting buttons pushed when in a hip bag. In fact, I can easily slide the hip bag to a different location on my waist if it will be in the way in front. [...]
About LauraI am just an ordinary 52 year old woman having extraordinary fun! My fun right now includes barefoot running, swimming, triathlon training, gardening, discovering how to be a grandma (going by the grandma name of "Lulu"), sewing, studying Mandarin Chinese, learning about the stock market, non-institutional Christian fellowship, cooking, and occasional traveling. Read more about me here!
Before this first-ever half marathon, I had run the distance (or slightly more) a few times. But I had never felt that I had conquered those last 4 miles. They always seemed to take a lot of mental effort to complete, mostly because my legs would be giving out. Over half of these longer training [...]
I have pretty big feet. I mean, hardly any stores carry cute shoes in my size. Maybe it is because when shoes get my size, they often lose that cuteness they had at, say, size 7. I have lived with this since about 6th grade. I distinctly remember shopping for shoes with my mom and [...]
reported by BNP via the Exodus Examiner A new diet is being strictly followed by a Hebrew cult recently found camping in the Sin Wilderness. Those who sign up are limited to eating bread for breakfast, quail for dinner, and drinking water purified with branches of a secret type of tree. The health benefits of [...]
Last year I wrote about making a watering chart and how I refer to areas on my acre so that I know what I’m talking about. This year, I thought I’d explain my thinking on organizing the chart according to watering zones and/or methods. From May to September, a constant eye has to be kept [...]