Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Order NOW while supplies last!

Hey folks- are you tired of knowing what the heck is going on?  Do you wish things were just a little more confusing?  Is having a clean house getting on your nerves?  If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, have I got the product for you!  It's the Borobia Property 3000: providing endless hours of "what-the-heck-are-we-supposed-to-do-now?" and countless moments of "oh-sh#t.  That canNOT be good".  From the new fence that has to be installed to the chicken coop that "someone" needs to build to the garden that doesn't-exist-yet-but-needs-to-hurry-up-and-be-created-because-the-early-seeds-go-in-the-first-week-of-April, you'll never get a moment's peace while the sun is up.

But wait, there's more!  Call now and we'll include not one, not two, but THREE herding dogs along with their very own gopher, who will make a maze of tunnels under your grass during the winter so that your precious pups can have all sorts of fun trying to dig him up once the ground thaws!

"Wow, Dwija" you say "that's a pretty amazing deal".  You bet it is, but believe it or not, there's still more!  We want our customers to be so satisfied that instead of addressing the projects mentioned above, we are going to spend two days and a trip to both Meijer and Home Depot just to install a single tire swing.  For the children who are waiting for their goats!  The goats who do not have a fence!
The truth is that even though this place is a total loony-bin, we are all beyond excited to get this springtime farm-havin' show on the road.  Yesterday we placed our seed order through The Seed Savers Exchange- bell peppers, onions, peas, beans, lettuce, carrots, tomatoes, zucchini and more and more and more that all grow brilliantly in this crazy place of black, well-draining soil.  My second daughter, who is not usually much of a reader, has been absolutely engrossed in Barnyard in your Backyard , giving me tips and tricks for care and training of the domestic goat.  Or something like that.  Our son, who is 3 and can be a bit of a handful, is really enjoying the yard and the woods now that it's not totally covered in snow anymore, and I (confession time) am really enjoying kicking him out there.  And did I mention that the sun doesn't start setting until 8 p.m.  Eight o'clock at night and it is still light out!  See ya later, winter!  It's been real, but I think I could use a good eight months without another visit.  Can that be arranged?

1 comment :

  1. Go DonkeyGuy! Shopping with you would be like shopping with my husband.


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