Square root; Please, jump in.squareroot wrote:I hope I'm not intruding. I just wanted to say... sometimes I stop by this thread and see, amazed, how it's still going. It's really awesome. I only read Time way too late to join this, but I wanted to say you guys are incredible. I look at your little subculture and see how it survives and, honestly, am quite jealous. I know that there's no way I could join it now, it's too complicated and built on too much history. But I hope all of you guys are having fun. It certainly looks like you are. [sigh]
Jump into the River of Time.
Both the best and the worst things in life are better when shared.
The Posters of Time (including you) have so much to share.
The joys and transportation of Marie Callendar's Pies.
Semencancercoffeebabies-(whatever That is.)-.
Our stories, real and fictional.
The birds of the air, Junebug's cat on a leash.
The sweet and creepy squeaking of Otter and Sloth.
And; Everyday, Everywhere we have weather to share.
This may be the kindest and brightest place on The Net.
Square root; Jump in. Jump back into the River of Time.
ggh; Yes. I'd love to see photos of the greenhouse.
I did not build my greenhouse.
I pointed to a place, they put the pre-fab greenhouse in that spot.
Then I handed them a check.
I'm glad I had money on that day.ucim wrote:Brains are what you need when you run out of money.
Money is what you need when you run out of brains.
The greenhouse has withstood hurricane force winds blowing in from The Pacific.
It is shelter from the storm for me and my forest of stunted citrus.
I so wish I could help you with your storm battered greenhouse.
Building is so very, very difficult.
I am confident, you and the Little Wonder will overcome.
The story of how you do it will keep me on the edge of my seat.