I know I've been remiss here in the past days; please stick with me, I'll be back.
The problem is a lack of time, and personal energy (got plenty of electricity, since the sun is shining daily just now) - and my personal curse, which my sister the shrink calls an "educated disability"; i.e., the inability to give a short version - of anything.
There's no shortage of stuff to write about; the problem is that when I start thinking about a post; it gets longer, and longer,- can't leave THAT aspect out... oh, and , it connects over here...
Just currently stuck in that rut. I'll work it out.
Meanwhile; here is nice story, relevant in many many ways to today's changing world- about the floods- and dead fish.
Tsk, tsk; all that flooding and now there are tons of fish rotting on the lawns. Hard not to giggle.
As the article points out- "Carp are rich in phosphorus and nitrogen, so they also can be buried in gardens or used in composting if you can stand the smell."
It's a free resource, folks! La Crunchella DeSpill has been subverting the masses to get folks to hoard the family pee- and recycle it through the tomatoes- obviously, in this changing world, we can't afford to just toss away all that fertilizer. And it's obviously, also, a gift, for heaven's sakes, from the Universal powers, that we shouldn't spurn. Obviously.
I have this trick brain that sometimes just fills in the blanks for me; way ahead of where I'm asking it for input, and in this case, it flashed here, to the brilliant bit in "Monty Python And The Holy Grail".
It's perfect. "Bring out your carp!"
Man, somebody in Janesville Wisconsin really needs to DO this.