Farm Update from Aunt Bean
Greetings from east Tennessee. Aunt Bean is doing very well. I am still soaking nuts to eat daily and that seemed to be a big missing link in my nutritional picture. My mandolin playing is still improving and we are still entertaining at local nursing homes. I have started making puppets to strum the mandolin …it seems that my bear is the favorite for little children and the elderly. His name is “Bearstrum” . It makes it a little more difficult to play because of the extra fur around my pick….but if I goof up, just blame the bear!!
I’ve been into the seed catalogs and ordered already for spring planting. My favorite new plant from last year is toothache plant from Baker Creek Seeds….anyone out the that is a gardener should check this on out. It is amazing, and really works on toothaches, muscle pains, arthritis, etc.. A new must have plant on the farm. May God Bless You and grant you happiness and healing in 2018.
Love, Aunt Bean