Monthly Archives: April 2012

The World Creeps Ever Closer to Calamity

April 28, 2012 Well, the good news is the U.S. economy expanded from January to March, this year. The bad news is, the expansion was only a “disappointing” 2.2* percent. And, the March jobs report showed that only 120,000 jobs … Continue reading

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Foraging in the Yard, Again

April 22, 2012 Sunday is earth day. The economy seems to be wavering a little, some say headed for a spring slowdown similar to what we had the past two springs.  Every time I go to the grocery store, which … Continue reading

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My Apologies

I’ve been wresting with trying to get the post up all afternoon. Will contact wordpress and see if we can figure out what is wrong. Hopefully I will have it up by tonight or tomorrow and will send out appropriate … Continue reading

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It’s Spring, Tornado Season in the Ozarks

April 14, 2012 We’re finally back to a relatively normal April around here, complete with thunderstorms and tornado watches. The Storm Prediction Center, part of the National Weather Service, issued a high-risk warning of possible tornado outbreaks on Friday for … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts After an April Fools Day Prank

April 7, 2012 Last Sunday, I went out to the backyard to check on the volunteer potatoes I thought were growing in the trash barrel of old soil where I’d grown potatoes previously, only to find that the sprouts, which … Continue reading

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