Thursday, February 18, 2010

Busy Days..and Small Town Living..and more

Wow! The days lately have been busy ones.

I have spending quite a lot of time on the new "Small Town Living" blog.
If you haven't heard, we have moved from an e-zine format over to a community blog.
The new website is at
I keep rather busy with networking, product reviews, book reviews and so on.
But I really enjoy what I do, and I know you'll love the new site also. So stop by and become a follower if you enjoy topics like- gardening, cooking, farm profiles,artist profiles, and so much more.
On a different note, I have been thinking about this personal blog, and bringing about a few changes.
You'll just have to stay tuned to see what transpires along the way. :0)
Oh, and it looks like the cold weather here is slowly drifting away..I'm starting to get a bit of "Spring Fever", and hope to get the 2 raised bed areas in the backyard cleaned out and prepped for seeds really soon. I'm thinking that I'll use one of them totally for a blend of lettuces. Not quite sure what I'll use the second one for just yet. Maybe a mix of herbs, and perhaps a tomato plant or two, and some flowers. We shall see.
I don't want to put too much time and effort into it with the house being on the market, but in the same regards I want to utilize this growing season as much as I can while I'm here in this home,and be able to have fresh, home-grown produce available. So I will be doing some gardening this year, and very, very soon at that.
I have sorely missed digging in the dirt and growing things.
Oh, I had fun today reviewing a book . The review will be posted tomorrow over at It is a book, that if you enjoy collecting vintage items, you will want to get your hands on. You'll have to stop by the site to see what it is though. :0)
Here's wishing you all a lovely day, and thanks so much for stopping by to visit.
~The Garden Goose~

1 comment:

Alison Gibbs said...

Hi Tina just about to hop on over to the new blog.
Very hot Summer here in Australia and I am looking forward to 1st march and the beginning of Autumn/Fall