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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

We're Free from Malware!!

Finally, I can work on this blog again, free of malware and malicious ads, thanks to my son, and to adblock!!  Thanks to Mitchell!  It feels great to be back, and many thanks to all who have kept reading me, despite all obstacles.

Today, I read in "Eddy" magazine the trend to elaborate rooftop gardens in Japan, which does not have the space for agricultural endeavors that we do.  Many people started  the urban garden trend by planting vegetables on their front porches or stoops.  It reminds me of the herbs and cherry tomatoes I grew in pots in front of my apartment in Carbondale, many years ago in school.  What fun it was to cook for my friends using my own herbs and tomatoes.  I also saved a for the tiny girl rabbit who lived under our bush.  She laid down in the safety of the branches every day, waiting for that day's offerings.  We also had a farmers market around the corner on weekends, in Murdale Mall, and a neighbor who shared tomatoes with us.

We were a motley crue of college kids, retirees and "just regular" folks, but we got along quite well, and looked after each other in our own way.  Those were peaceful days, and I miss them.


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