Tuesday, February 2, 2010

This should be Interesting....

orders came down...we are off to the EU...interesting, no?

I now get to play "run around like a mad woman" in order to have all the proper paper ducks in a happy little quacking row so the screamers and myself can actually fly WITH the Spouse vs. sitting here waiting for the process to start from over "there"...fun, right?

So the blog morphs again in a fashion...American prepping for those sometimes super harsh German winters in Germany.  And more....you that haven't been overseas will be in for a treat.  I plan on putting up perfect examples of the fantastic gardens that I grew to love on our first tour.  True square foot gardening.  Beautiful.

My own garden will be a complete experiment and completely depends on the possibility of a balconey...no yards where we'll be so far as I can tell.  At least not for a low ranking peon like the Spouse, lol.

There ya have it.  Ozark Momma will be leaving the Ozarks soon...with a little luck mid-March.  I can't tell you how thrilled (really, seriously, no joking thrilled) we are to be going.  Even the screamers are excited.


Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Happy for ya Oz!

And Itruly look forward to beta on the Square Foot Gardening method-- heard about it en detail, but hae na tried it yet.

Lucky you-- the EU!!! Be safe and have a great time!

Ozark Momma said...

Cyg...just you wait. You won't believe what you find right in the smack middle of the city. I am giddy just waiting for the summer when the gardens are in full blown beauty so I can snap a few pics to show just what can be done with limited space!

Thank ya much for the well wishes...I canna wait!

Did it MY way said...

Good luck to ya. I was there in 1960, would love to go back again. Love the sausage, and the beer. Fond memories.

Look forward to the gardning. I'm goint to try containers this year.

See Ya

Mayberry said...

More power too ya Momma, I couldn't stand to be amongst those spineless eurotrash. American left wingers are bad enough....

The true danger is when liberty is nibbled away, for expedience, and by parts. --Edmund Burke