News From the Farmhouse
It's summer's final hurrah and it's been a hot and humid one to be sure. The terrible wild fires out west and volcanic eruptions on the island of Hawaii have certainly affected the temps on the East coast. Yes, the globe warms, it's part of nature, though some still insist man is to blame. Go figure. Nothing we can do to stop mother nature folks and nature can be very cruel.
We're glad summer's coming to an end as it means an end to Phil's chemotherapy treatments as well. Four months of treatments and the ill effects that come with it have made this summer one we'd both like to forget. There have been trips to the hospital due to the bad effects and coupled with the treatments we're both beginning to feel like we live at the hospital. Chemo treatments often take up to five hours each time, so we make the best of it, settle in, watch Fox news (something we can't do at home as we don't watch tv) and order lunch from the hospital cafeteria which is free for both of us. Not exactly five star cuisine but not too shabby either.
I tried to keep up with the gardens this year but with having to mow, weed whack and garden too it was a bit overwhelming. All the rain and humidity left us with a veritable jungle. I did the best I could, and now find myself stacking firewood into the barn as it's being delivered for the upcoming cold weather which will be here before we know it. Phil's too drained and weak from the chemotherapy but he's back to work after missing over 3 months. I'm getting as many vitamins, immune system builders and herbal concoctions into him as possible, not easy with someone who turns his nose up at everything that's good for him!
I had a much needed break from being a "caregiver" when my dear friend Sylvia treated me to a day's outing on Appledore Island in the Isles of Shoals, ten miles off the coast of Portsmouth. Despite the heavy fog which made visibility on the boat trip out to Appledore next to impossible, we had a fabulous time. Photos and more news to follow.....
WE LOVE TALK RADIO and think everyone should shut off the boob tube and listen to some great conservative radio hosts. Sadly there are those who have the tv on all day where "fake news" and the most stupid excuse for comedy is shown hour after hour. NO wonder the country is a mess...we have a population of mind numbed robots absorbing all that mindless dribble like a dry sponge. TURN IT OFF!! Get that radio on, tune it in to one of the better conservative talk show hosts! You'll finally get a decent education and enjoy some REAL humor at the same time.
Here are a few of our favorites: EXCELLENT radio talk show hosts we listen to regularly include Jeff Kuhner (the Kuhner report), Mike Siegel, Sean Hannity, Michael Savage (the Savage Nation), Alex Jones (he's often right though many consider him a "conspiracy theorist") Rush Limbaugh, Howie Carr, Mark Levin, sometimes there's a good radio host on Philly's 1210 am radio, here on the seacoast we get the Mike Gallagher show...1270 am 10 am We also sometimes tune in to shortwave radio at night.... Very good!
Frankly...there is NO conspiracy theories...the Left Wing loonies are not trying to hide a thing anymore....it's all pure, unadulterated "in your face" GLOBALISM, ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT, BIG BROTHER LUCIFERIAN GUN GRABBING AGENDAS and people are finally wising up to the FAR LEFT'S attempted take over of our great country. Remember, the first thing the left will do to take over a people is to DISARM THEM!
We are not going to take it anymore!
If you like talk about UFO's, Yetti's, "other worldy" experiences...check out late night radio to go sleep by: Ground Zero with host Clyde Lewis. And for a lark.....repeat shows of ART BELL are very interesting too
If you want to learn the truth and hear REAL NEWS.....shut off the tv and listen to conservative talk radio!
GOD BLESS AMERICA!
"The Tree of Liberty must oft times be watered with the Blood of Patriots"