It’s hard to believe, but it has been nearly five years since I was first diagnosed with breast cancer. I shared more about my illness than most of you would have expected, but it was therapeutic for me, and as time went on, I learned it was therapeutic for others with that particular affliction as well.
Annually the Post Rock Extension District conducts face-to-face tours of our wheat demonstration plots around the district. However, with the pandemic conditions, we have converted our tours to “virtual”. But, the variety signs are up on each of the wheat plots in Jewell, Osborne and Smith counties and the field locations will be posted on our website at www.postrock. ksu.edu under the “Crops” tab and then “Test Plots”.
“We live in unprecedented times and need to take unprecedented measures.” I don’t know how many times I have heard this in the last two or three months. I know it is true, but I sure would like to go back to life before Covid-19. I know it’s wishful thinking, and soon we will be back to the new normal, whatever that will be. However, in the meantime things sure are unsettled.
Over the past few weeks, my colleagues at Kansas Farm Bureau have seen more of my basement than either I or they ever envisioned they would.
Since beginning my working-from-home… well, actually since before I began …… well, actually well before I began my workingfrom-home journey, I have been a Facebook user. That’s right. I confess.
I’ve received a number of calls lately to reschedule appointments because of COVID-19.
Are you having trouble finding things to do during this COVID-19 situation? Some Hunter Huntsman 4-H Club members have thought up some ideas for both people who live in town or in the country.
When I left my corporate job and moved to rural Kansas, I was making decisions for the good of my future family. Sometimes those decision are at odds with my self-desires. We don’t have a fancy house, highspeed internet or many of the creature comforts one finds in bigger cities.
Mother nature has really been giving us some significant fluctuations in temperatures and conditions for the 2020 wheat crop.