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Monday, May 16, 2011

Why We Don't Burn Our Pastures

This blog post is the fault of Meagan and the Pioneer Woman.

Meagan sent me a link to the Pioneer Woman's blog, written by her husband and it was entitled, "Why we burn our pastures".

If you have a burning desire for that information, you can go to the link below and read about it:


Apparently, everyone on earth should be reading the Pioneer Woman's blog.  I don't always do what I should, otherwise, I'd be regularly reading the Pioneer Woman's blog and burning pastures.

Anyway, while perusing the topics offered on the blog, I checked out the "10 Things I've Learned About Blogging" (or something like that).  She says you should blog every day even if you have nothing to say; even if what you say might seem boring.

So, this is me, taking her advice.

We know we should burn our fields.  We know it would be a good thing.  We don't do it because (1) we're too lazy; (2) we're afraid we'll catch the county on fire.


April said...

Also, you'd probably be breaking the law. Right now, there is a "burn ban" in most counties in Texas..you surly need fines!

Meagan said...

Get some pros to help you! That's what Joann is still your neighbor for.

And also, April, you're supposed to burn your fields long before Spring. So it's too late this year anyhow.