Apr 25

From the HUSBAND of the Wife of a Worm Farmer

What would the husband of “the wife of a worm farmer” talk about if he chose to take over the blog for a month?  I know…WHY am I taking over for a month???  Yeah, I’m asking that too.  Well, currently Momma is not feeling well.  That should be enough reason, right? Oh, no — there’s more.  The baby went to his fourth doctor’s visit in two weeks: ear infection, cough, and allergies.  One daughter has strep, which means it is in the house and is looking for our other three kids. But, so far so good – no one else has caught that.  However, my boy and other daughter caught the stomach bug, so while one is in the bathroom the other is throwing up.  So far my granddaughter has side-stepped it all.  That brings us to me.  “The Worm Farmer,” as my lovely wife calls me.  I love kissing my wife, but lately she has introduced a nice bit of goo between the bottom of her nose and the top of her lip, so I have been paying a lot of attention to her forehead.  It is amazing to me how she can be sick and still run the entire house.  When I’m sick, I can’t do anything but complain about how sick I am.  She is truly my ROCK STAR.

So, while everyone inside the house is sick, I spend a lot of my time outside (unless I’m ASKED to help…maybe I should start volunteering…).  Anyway, the planting season is upon us. All my lettuce and spinach has been eaten and the spring/summer veggies are in.  We have onions, peppers, strawberries, squash, corn, watermelon, cucumbers, blackberries, raspberries, and grapes.  All are doing quite well. The water is running again through my Worm Grottos, and the worms are plenty.  The wigglers and castings are doing their job.  We look forward to a great harvest!

With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, I just want to say how special and how loved “The wife of a worm farmer” is around here.  Let’s all remember just how important these women are to us and our families on this day and all the year through.

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