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Humidity is very gone here. It's still warm amid day, but the soul sucking humidity has broken finally.
BTW, my new Amazon Kindle e-book has been submitted for final approval. With any blessing it should up and approved for sale in a few hours.
I would take 105 with NO Humidity any day over 89 and very humid. :>) I've become a whimp in my old age.....the humidity just kills me.
I spoke too soon...this week it'll hover around 105, but the humidity is just about gone, so it's not too bad. If you're not used to the heat, it can be surprising. I like it because it keeps the crowds away and it gives us 10 solid months of growing time. :)
"The weather is finally below 3 digits..." Holy smokes, Sheri. I couldn't bear it. I've been to AZ in July. Not my cup of tea. May, not that's a different story. My wife and I spent a week in Scottsdale a few years back and it was awesome. Still in the upper 90s mind you....
Wow, Sam, that's an interesting way to keep warm in the winter. LOL!
We're planting fall, so we have tomatoes, squashes & carrots growing. The weather is finally below 3 digits, so we're planting our greens - lettuce, arugula, chard, spinace, kale, etc. Looking forward to Arizona's 2nd spring!
Brought in the last of the banana peppers for this season. First time we've grown them. Talk about prolific. Also, harvested another bag full of Habaneros. One can never have too many of those. Will get one more batch. Will get a handful more Ghost peppers, too. Plenty of spice for the winter. Fall garden is taking shape. Beets, turnips, beans all look fine. Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, brussels sprouts just getting started. Kale and collards have yet to sprout. It's all good.
CONGRATS Sam! That is wonderful. We are hoping to be there very soon too. I can't wait to tell my corporate job "bye-bye"
Folks, our house in town is under contract. The inspection is tomorrow (Sept 12). If all goes well the closing is October 4. The house is our only debt. Once it's gone, we're FREE. The pressure of the day job will be gone. I will stick it out until it runs out at the end of this year, then it's full time eaglepreneur. We will have emergency fund, a year's supply of staples and all our own food under production. I have one book and two (long) short stories tee'd up and ready for edit. Can you see that? It's the light at the end of the tunnel.
I'm doing great, Damon. I'm still going to physical therapy because I haven't gained back all my range of motion, but I'm able to lift and work as normal now. A lot of things got pushed back during my rehabilitation and recovery, but we're firing on 7 of 8 cylinders now, so it's all good.
I don't see much sign of autumn here, only rain and mud.
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