I've seen Patti1957 in various cubits that I frequent. I like the way she thinks in the Word Association cubit. I like that she is active in the All about Cubits cubit. And I was intrigued to see she has a cubit about Hawaii when she lives in Oregon......
Patti, thank you so much for sharing a part of who you are. I can't imagine why you think you are boring. You are anything but boring.
You are also a very good hearted, helpful person.
I was excited to see that you will have seed for sale, I will be contacting you for some tomato seeds. : )
See you around the Universe.
Opps, forgot to ask you what variety that beautiful tomato is in the article.
Hi Lynn, thank you. You were one of the first to offer a hand to me when I first joined Cubits and I appreciate all of your support. That beautiful tomato is 'OSU Blue'. The blue tomato developed at Oregon State University by Dr. Jim Myers and was bred by conventional means, it is not a GMO.
Patti.... So glad to see you spotlighted. You are anything but boring. Your a world of information and always there quietly moving around lending a helping hand.
Folks if you haven't been to her Salsa cubit and her databases you should. Besides tomatoes she has quiet a display of onions too. Yum.
As far as the Oregon cubit goes, folks should check it out. I may be in Alabama, but a lot of the professors at the universality here are always encouraging everybody to go grow in Oregon. It has to have something special there for them to do that. With your cubit Patti, maybe you cna spil the secret .
It is so nice to know you better. Both Oregon and Hawii are beautiful places, the lighthouses, and I love your year around creek. 30 chickens? I had no idea! I have six right now, they are such characters!
I've enjoyed chatting with you on cubits and learning from your knowledge of growing tomatoes and peppers! Thank you for sharing.
Chickens can be a lot of fun and a pain in the rear all rolled into one. I love that they eat bugs and I hate that they eat bugs They don't differentiate between the good bugs and the bad bugs They also don't really care about where they do their scratching and will dig up anything that you don't want them to I have to keep mine penned from about April until the first frost (mid Oct.) The rest of the time I use bird netting to keep them out of the raised beds and containers. They will empty them in just a couple of days and I don't really like that On a positive note.....Love the fresh eggs and they are such fun to watch while they are doing all that bad stuff.
Name: Jan - INKY'S PAL Charleys Girl NEWBEE CHAT & HELP LINE I'm a Charley's girl and loving it!
Hi Patti, the article was awsome! I really enjoyed reading about you. I already knew you were special, for those who don't know, this sweet angel helped me set up my first cubit and she was always having to help me so much with something to get me started, then I latched on to Zanymuse to give Patti a break. I know NOTHING about computers or how to get them to do the work for you.
Patti, one thing you are NOT is boreing! I love the chickens and lighthouses. You have a wonderful family and great family values. Thank you for sharing your life with us. I didn't know about your cubits but do now and sure gonna be visiting soon!
HUGS my friend!