I grew up on a Dairy farm in Wisconsin, became a professional engineer and married a hot mafia babe. It’s all gardening and bottle crafts from here on.
The purpose of Glenn’s Way WordPress blog is to make your life better. We provide Wisconsin gardening news, opinion, product/service reviews and occasionally better quality items for sale. Glenn’s Way is based on my life experience.
I am an imperfect Christian, married with two children, former Professional Engineer and have Crohn’s disease with related health issues which forced me to retire early. Traveled around the United States and Canada for engineering work at dairy plants and pharmaceuticals. Grew up on a dairy farm with a large garden and fruit trees. I am a farm boy at heart trapped in the city by circumstance.
I like Gardening, Glass Bottle Crafts, Science, Johnny Cash, Animals of all types, Collecting tools, Packers Football and spending time with my family sometimes. I dislike riding in small planes, Crohn’s disease, filling out bureaucratic forms and busybodies. I would be quite happy if I never had to travel again anywhere for any reason.
Any quotes from the Bible on this website generally use the NIV version unless I like the King James Version better. Consult your local clergy if you need to check the accuracy of anything I say regarding religion. There is not any religion or person that endorses all of my personal opinions about various Bible verses. I may eventually join a local Christian Church but I have not had good results doing this in the past so I am a little reluctant to join the Church I currently attend.
Graduated from Milwaukee School of Engineering. Worked at Wurtz Specialty Ice, Lindberg Industrial Furnaces/Ovens, APV Crepaco (Dairy/Food/Nuclear) and Seiberling Associates (Dairy/Pharmaceutical). The most entertaining engineering project that I worked on was at the Dannon Yogurt company in Ft. Worth, Texas.
The information content in this blog is for entertainment purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of qualified practicing professionals. Following the ideas in this blog can only be done at your own risk and should never be attempted without consulting someone who knows exactly how to get a job done. Guest bloggers may not necessarily represent my opinion or have a professional license in their area. I no longer hold a professional engineering license in the state of Wisconsin because I am retired and I am too frugal to keep up the yearly payments.
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