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Blog entry by frank posted 07-24-2007 03:54 PM 743 reads 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Blogging Be-tween Other Office Paper-Work

Yes this is how my morning has filled up, while sitting here at my desk, amongst this stacked pile of what must be done with paperwork. This is not what brings out the best in me at i-of-eye, but then again with patience and giving of thanks….so I will overcome!

Notes to myself, also include:
—-writing notes on what is to be done around here at the farm….
—-writing notes and calling about site work, energy codes, building permits and then there is the matter of bringing all that paperwork together so that work and workers can all arrive as planned clockwork (somehow I think that this is one of the biggest jokes of all woodworking time)....this also in-cludes my-self….
—-marketing, and I will say that this is a hard one….I am an artist, not a marketeer and so while I am busy creatingl….so i must also find the time to market who I am, along with the ‘wood art’ I do.

Just some photos this morning of more of the joys of summer around here and taking the time to enjoy as i-in-joy…. one can either enjoy those flowers or look at all the work that remains to yet be done….

—-sunny sun flower, this is an early bloomer and the first to yet come into bloom….

....closer up it’s looking at some busy workers there, as those genus Bombus of the family Apidae are showing one how to work….

Thank you.

”, leading to work, creates more work, just as i am found in my ‘wood art’….”

-- --frank, NH,

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dennis mitchell

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#1 posted 07-25-2007 12:15 AM

OK Frank enough day dreaming it is time to get back to your PAPER WORK!

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Bob Babcock

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#2 posted 07-25-2007 01:52 AM

What a beautiful day it was today.

How are the honey bees around you Frank….any problems? The wild population here has dropped horribly.

Are those sunflowers russian mammoths? They look almost big enough. I grew some that topped out at 14’ with 20” seed heads that survived going through the eye of Hurricane Bob. We had 100 mph gusts and most of them were still standing after…....lost 24 trees though (wish I’d had a mill)

-- Bob, Carver Massachusetts, Sawdust Maker

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#3 posted 07-25-2007 02:37 AM

——yeah, yeah….yeah Dennis; even daydreaming is hard to do when I’m sitting at the desk looking outside, and then it’s time to fill and file reports and notes. This afternoon I went outside and beat up some pine, oak and maple for firewood, like splitting….felt much better after that was over!

—-hi Bob; not sure what the name of those sunflowers are. The ones in the picture we bought at….some store and I don’t know which ones those are, my wife buys some and so do I and then we just sow all around. In other spots, there are some coming up from previous years….I love the sunflowers!


-- --frank, NH,

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