No posts in one month?
Dude, I suck.
And obviously the struggles continue.
In defense of my own attack, though, I should note that between Memorial Day and Fourth of July is among the busiest times in my community. So while not posting, I have been out and about in the community taking photos and talking with people. I worked on Memorial Day weekend and on the Fourth because Tuesdays are production day at the newspaper.
I've also worked on enjoy the small stuff. One day it was just the way the sun shone on face while I closed my eyes. (That is until I realized it was in the 95-degree range and the sweat immediately began pouring from my rotund body. I small child nearby started crying, yelling out "Mommy, Frosty's melting!")
During Musky Fest -- our city's celebration of "The Fighting Fish" -- I enjoyed sitting down for a bratwurst with braised sauerkraut and an ice cold can of Old Milwaukee.
On occasion I've gone to Park Island Resort on Sunday mornings to see my friend Lori who bartends there during breakfast. A breakfast pizza washed down with a mimosa was brilliant.
The Farmer's Market in Hayward started up about a month ago and so far I've enjoyed baby bok choy, green onions, new potatoes and about, oh, a hundred radishes. (I can't get enough of them -- no daikon yet though.)
Yes, many of my tiny moments are going to be about food and as I improve on blogging I'll share those stories.
I've managed to attend to cleaning better and keeping the inside of my ancient car clear of clutter. ("Clear of Clutter" would be a great show on the DIY Network.)
I'll share some recipes from the Farmer's Market and some discussions between Kid and me.
I'm coming back -- I promise.
Peace to the people in Ukraine and peace and radishes unto you my brothers and sisters.