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October 3rd 2020 was suppose to be the best day of our lives. Well coronavirus has other plans for us. We have decided that the best thing for us and everyone we love is to MOVE our wedding to MAY 15th, 2021. We want to celebrate with everyone and make sure everyone is healthy and safe. We love you all and cannot wait to make May 15th, 2021 our new special day.

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August Birthday Celebrations…Dad (82) and Kelly (the big 60!)

Date: AUG. 22, 2020

Place: The Farm

Time: When you get there- food will be served mid afternoon (pulled pork & hotdogs)

NOTE: Bring a dish to pass

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Last week it rained all week- finally made it to the garden…

Cherry tomatoes are full. Have Sunrise Bumblebee (yellow with stripes), Kiss the Sky (large ones), Super Sweet 100 (little red ones) and Black Cherry (med. red with dark color). We are going to turn some of these into tomato juice and can it.

This is just some of the 15 different varieties we planted. We put up 9 quarts of tomatoes today and have several pans still left. The hardware store was out of lids for my jars so I have to hunt some down. Most of our Tomatoes are heirloom (Brandywine Sudduth, Brandywine Black, Nepal, Indira Ghandi Black, Red Pear Grant Gran Sasso, San Marzano, Rutgers, Cherokee Purple, Kellogg’s Breakfast, Goose Creek and Black Krim). I have fallen in love with Dwarf Wild Spudleaf- not a lot of juice so it makes a really nice BLT (great flavor too).

We also got eggplant-looking at eggplant parm recipes, lots of peppers, they are heirloom as well (Nadepeno, Jimmy Nardello, Purple Beauty, Cajun Bell and Zulu), onions that are so sweet along with zucchini- on to more bread- good thing it freezes well (yes I have had zucchini casserole several times).

These plants came from a local man who sells them- they were about 2 inches tall and very spindly- they are all 6-7 ft tall now. Garden did well this year.

Garden

Finally got to say..”I do!”

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This is a life of extremes
Both sides are slippery and enticing
These are my places off the rails

And this, my loose recollection of a falling
I barely remember who I failed
I was just trying to keep it together

This is my first wave of my white flag
This is the sound of me hitting bottom
This my surrender, if that’s what you call it
In the anatomy of my crash

And I keep on smiling
Keep on moving
Can’t stand still

Me, the notorious bottom dweller
Me, the ceiling-less brave explorer
Lured to the ends of overwhelm

This is my first wave of the white flag
This is the sound of me hitting bottom
This my surrender, if that’s what I call it
In the anatomy of my crash

And I keep on smiling
Keep on moving
Can’t stand still

Such pretty forks in the road
On this continuum I’ve been bouncing
Life flashing promise before my eyes

This is my first wave of my white flag
This is the sound of me hitting bottom
This my surrender, if I can bare it
In the anatomy of my crash

And I keep on smiling
Keep on moving
Can’t stand still

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2 eggs

⅔ cup oil

1 tsp. baking powder

1 tsp. cinnamon

1 cup carrots, grated

½ tsp. salt

1 cup sugar

1 tsp baking soda

1 ¼ cup flour

1 cup grated zucchini, drained

Mix eggs and oil, add dry ingredients, finally add carrots and zucchini- put in greased and floured 8×8 pan. Bake 350 till toothpick comes out clean.

This recipe is light, not too sweet and uses up all that zucchini! This is one of Linda’s favorite cakes.

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Kim had her surgery Thursday and was home Friday. She is resting and sleeping due to pain meds. She can’t eat meat or hard food for 5 weeks as she can not swallow well due to swelling in the throat. Please take a few minutes to send her a get well card as talking is difficult.

Kim Culver

18 Orchard Street

Clyde, New York 14433

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