Working at a demanding full-time job as well as on this project finally caught up with me after three years and I ran myself a bit past empty.
I found I needed to back off from this work for awhile so I could recharge my batteries.
Fear not, I’ve not given up but did need to take some time off.
I’m going away later this week for a true break.
I’m hoping that after this my energy to work on this will be renewed.
I don’t plan to blog quite as often since my next efforts will be to write a book on this subject with everything I’ve learned. The whole story is quite extraordinary.
I have some other very positive news to share soon but in the meantime, here’s a picture from this past weekend.
Almost every year I “process” (peel and freeze) some quantity of green chile. I thought you might find the bag interesting as I can’t remember the last time I bought a “bushel” of anything. I don’t think it’s used much outside of the agricultural world.
And, a couple of days ago, I was listening to an old Burns and Allen radio show where they were making fun of Gregory Peck’s name but most people probably don’t even know or remember what a “peck” is (apparently around two gallons, dry volume).
Measures are around us and we use them more than we realize.
Speaking of which, on September 3 this blog had more than 600 pageviews. It’s now at almost 120,000 since I began. That’s promising.
Thanks for your patience.