Quick updates…

I’ve been meaning to write in-depth about these things but haven’t made the time, so for now, here is a little bulleted list of what’s been going on in our neck of the woods…

– The Easter Picnic @ IBC went great! Laura did an incredible job of organizing it and pictures of the bounce houses, petting zoo, pony rides and egg hunt are coming!

Barbara Ann Radnofsky won! Woo-hoo! Heartening news to be sure, but now it’s on to November against Kay Bailey Hutchison and that’ll be a tough one. Stay tuned for the debates…I’ll let you all know as soon as they’re scheduled.

– A couple weeks ago, we visited some dinosaur tracks at Lake Grapevine. About 100 million years ago, this guy left some priceless footprints that were amazing to see first hand in the very place he left them.

– The garden experiment is coming along. The radishes are sprouting up in little bunches and will allegedly be mature enough to pick at the end of the month. A lone zucchini sprout emerged on Saturday and it gives me hope that the other seeds have germinated as well and are on the verge of showing themselves in the next week.

Hope you’re doing well!

4 thoughts on “Quick updates…”

  1. Wow!! Those dinosaur tracks sounds awesome… That is so interesting to think what used to be there to leave those track. Can’t wait to see this pics of the picnic. Continued luck on the garden. I am sure everything will be coming up in bunches before you know it.

  2. The dinosaur tracks are pretty cool!! Happy to hear yall are getting good results with the garden!! Keep it up! 😀

  3. Sounds like the picnic was a blast! But everyone knows the Swasko ladies throw great parties;) Glad to hear your garden’s coming along, too. Larr bought some jalepeno plants and made himself a little garden in the backyard. It’s a nice little spread. But there’s nothing else…just jalepenos. I think we all know we’re not a veggie lovin’ family. Insert your own joke concerning our health/weight here:p They’re definitely growing, though! But I think it’ll be a while before we have any peppers.

  4. Well, well, the country farmer shows up in the Rhea boys. I am proud of you both. Keep up the good work.

    Did you plant tomatoes, great fruit I am told..

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