Of late, I’ve been quite here. The few minutes it takes to stop and write a few comments into a post have escaped me. There’s the bathroom remodel that seems never ending, new roles at work, fall planning for next year with respect to gardening, tending the chickens, and planning the addition of milk goats and honey bees. All this while we’ve enjoyed the fall offerings of our region. We’ve picked apples once so far and a sorghum/molasses festival last weekend. So, life has been busy.
I’m still enjoying a few conversations stemming from my HR Demo that are fun and encouraging. It’s always nice to have fellow homeroasters nearby. And I’m still enjoying the beans as well. Last night, I roasted a Columbia “Perros Bravos de Huila” and an Ethiopian that escapes me now. I targeted the Columbia for a City+ finale, ending at about 435F. But the product that hit the cooler looked much too light. I’ll wait a few days and see what it’s like.
On another front, if you’re looking for an audio fix on the cheap side, check out this blog from a friend of mine. It’s an audio comic book for adults. Peruse the site, check out the demo and wait for the launch of the site in a few weeks. If you are hyper sensitive to language, be warned. This is adult, but not what I would consider overly profane; it’s contextual. So, listen, if you like.
Now, off to a bit more prep on Ecclesiastes 6 for an October 19th sermon.
Solo Deo Gloria,