I know this is a long ass song but if I ever get up the balls to karaoke this is going to be my duet song.
I decided to listen to some surf music today….
First of all, my yellow pear toms are HUGE this year. And just for size comparison check out how cute and tiny my Gold Rush Currants are!
I had this soundtrack and listened to it until it sounded distorted and my box radio would eat it.
Remember Robin Williams….
Good Moooorning, Vietnam!
The fence is 6 feet tall….
What happens when the son of Waylon and the daughters of Arlo and Willie get together and make music. Funny but not.
Itty bitty tomatoes. Gold Rush Currant tomatoes.
With this drought we are having here in California I have been trying to water my garden less. Sadly I have lost a few plants because of it. This photo is of the rogue potato plant that is taking over my artichoke bed. I lost two new baby artichoke plants and one old one in here, in their place is this huge and very happy potato plant. Hope there are lots of yummy potatoes in there for me!
Every so often a friends name and a memory of them pops in to my head. Today it happened a couple times.
A short while ago I thought of Mara Ciereszynski, whom I met through Nerve.com ten years ago.
She used to live in this great old building that overlooks Dolores Park.
At the time she seemed to have a tendency of losing her cell phone. One day I left a long roll of string with cups on either end at her buildings front door so she could “call me” if she needed to. The memory made me smile, so I went to her FB page.
Mara passed away in June 2010.
I had no idea.
Time passes so quickly sometimes and you miss opportunities to reach out to people you care about.
I’m sorry Mara, I guess I lost my end of the string.
Baruch dayan ha’emet.
In response to this post, which I also posted on my FB page, a wise friend said, “Think of it this way. If you’d never checked, never found out, you would have never had the chance to open your heart and allow her spirit inside.”
It’s so sweet and beautiful. And true.
Sometimes this song just hits the spot.
I have so many tomato plants this year. A rare Japanese tomato plant, a few Gold Rush Currants which are the ones with long branches of a dozen or so tiny tomatoes, yellow pears and Reisentraube cherries. Can’t wait for them. Also, two little artichoke plants crapped out because I am trying to not water as much with this bad drought we are in, but in their place and much to my surprise, potato plants popped up. Don’t know how since I didn’t plant any there.