The longest shortest month of the year has past and we are now into March. February 2010 was a month of great and deep change and adjustments. It was like a fault line that shifted with a long jarring rumbling. Followed by everything is quiet, back to normal, with just a little disorder evident, easily picked or swept up.
Yet a little unease remains with the memory.
March is here and the sun is shinning and the snow is melting and it is fantastic!
I do believe that with this new spring comes the need for a new (to me) vehicle. I have been driving a little red scooter and it's about done.
I also think I have a lead on someone with an industrial sewing machine, it may make repair of the sail economical feasible.
A couple of weekends ago I hit the Friday meat raffle at the Blacksmith and gave my portable stove the final acid test. A full roast (from Grundhoffers meats in Hugo).
O yes, she passed with flying onions and carrots.
I have been playing e-mail tag with a couple friends from school and I intend to touch base with them. Definitely.
Things are tight, at least with everybody I make contact with. Minnesotans can take care of themselves if allowed to.
Personally, I think we're going to do what we do, no matter what anybody says or thinks.
I am not going to wait for someone to tell me what kind of job I should be doing or not doing.
I, like most everybody else, do not need some program to "incentive-ize" me.
I've got plenty of incentive thank you.
What we really need is to remove lots of these expensive, burdensome, and time consuming artificial barriers that just smothers the warm fires in the hearts of the naturally incentive-ized individuals of Minnesota.