Is June Over?

GOOD HEAVENS! IT’S the end of June, and while the largest working part of my brain tells me that the garden rules over all other pursuits, it’s actually time to get moving on some other projects. Like the band. And Juneapple Records, (now in the studio with Linda Stoffel — stay tuned). Oh yeah, and songwriting. And the screenplay. And two or three other things I’m not quite ready to start blathering on about.  So it’s no days off just yet. Too much and too many things to keep track of. And that’s not including the peaches that are ripening and need to be put up, the summer vegetables that are already overloading our plates, and the refrigerator that decided a 104-degree Friday before a holiday weekend was the perfect time to go on the fritz. I dare not ask what’s next for fear someone’s listening and I won’t like the answer. But really. It could be sooooo much worse. Truth is, I am blessed beyond measure. May I never relent in my thankfulness. And did I mention the outdoor room now under construction in my mind. But I digress.

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Story teller, retired journalist, author, folksinger, folklorist, gardener.
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2 Responses to Is June Over?

  1. Marcy Weinbeck says:

    Go ahead and digress, Marideth … those are always fun! And good luck with all the rest … just schedule a day off once in a while, please 🙂

  2. And they say our “Golden Years” are slow and empty! You are such an inspiration to grab each day and hug all you can out of it! Thanks so much for showing that it truly is never too late!

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