New tiller assembled and tested. I only managed about 30 feet before I could no longer put weight on my foot, but I loved every step. It is going to take much time to get back to any semblance of normal work load, but with tools like this I think this season is possible despite the new challenges.
We started some of our 2016 plants back in December of 2015. They have been tended daily since them. Some are now three foot tall growing under a fairly large lighting system. But that work is all inside. None of it makes a person feel like the 2016 season has started like actually being outside.
I am caught up and back on track. Seed orders are again going out the next weekday despite the set back caused by weeks in the hospital. This is not a sob story, it is a victory. My O2 stats are going up and my white blood cell count is going down. Every order received while I was in the hospital was completed yesterday and today we are shipping orders that came in yesterday.
Today is my first day back from an unexpected hospitalization which lasted almost two weeks. During my stay, we lost our homestead’s matriarch. My mother passed at 85 years of age. We trust she is in a better place, returned to my fathers arms.