If you don’t know something, The info is BELOW. Not beside. This is a work in progress and I will work on it more later. The chickens LOVE the grubs and go insane. It’s funny. … Continue Reading Things I find in the dirt, larva and chicken treats from underground
This is definitely going to be one of those blogs where I write a little, stop, get up and do something, stop, write some more. I do that, a lot. Okay, no, I do that almost all the time. Right … Continue Reading [Insert unintelligible gibbering, whining, a few recognizable swears
I am almost six months post partum which means I am in that wonderful terrific ideal gut wrenching terror zone known as: Is it coming back? Jesus god, was that a cramp? NOOOOOOOOOOO. I think it stands to reason that … Continue Reading Return of….That.
One of the biggest issues I have found that comes with being very admittedly a work in progress is that there’s this weird, unspoken assumption that you don’t know anything. Me, I generally have a pretty good handle on my … Continue Reading On Keeping Your Ego In Check…
I don’t mean a retrospective “What if” as in, “What if I had only…” More along the lines of, “What if I really CAN do that?” For as long as I can remember, people have been telling me that … Continue Reading On Asking Yourself, “What if?”
I think it’s probably about time someone said this to you- and I say this with all the love in my heart: I don’t care what you think about my child’s homeschooling. That’s right. I don’t. Does that sound … Continue Reading Dear Public Schooling Parents:
Loooord. I am learning a lot, and I hate the expense at which the lessons are coming. Last night, we were goofing around with the brooder box, just watching the chicks in there play and everything was fine- nothing amiss. … Continue Reading Baby Chicks = Bullies! (Homemade electrolytes)
I know for many of us, these things really do go without saying. Many of us do view animals as the huge commitment that they honestly are. We understand that they have feelings, just like we do, and they have … Continue Reading Pet Rehoming 101
I swear I am not a hippie. Translated, this means: Smiling… Spinning round and round Holding hands The whole world a blur But you are standing. Soaked Completely drenched No rubber boots Running inside us Want to erupt from a … Continue Reading Because That Is Life
Yes.. This is bad. I had a tummy ache. My seeds are fine though. This is written with my iPad but I might have it (for real) if I do chores. Remember, I am only 7. I like playing with … Continue Reading No Seeds, Yet. Lots of rain, though.
The Athenians believed that violets could help with sleep issues, strengthen the heart and also, simmer down your anger issues. Violet root was often made into a liniment with vinegar to treat gout, and some believed that wearing a garland … Continue Reading How To Make Violet Syrup
My Intro To Cloth Diapering can be found…well, at the linked text, there. I assume your baby isn’t a rabbit wearing a bath robe and bunny slippers, mine isn’t either. However, it’s much easier to show how to diaper a … Continue Reading How To Cloth Diaper a Baby
If you look at my personal Facebook page, in one of my albums, the photos uploaded a bit….uh….interestingly. Let’s begin, first, with an appearance comparison based on Facebook- because everybody knows Facebook’s totally telling, right? Hmmm…well, that could mean anything, … Continue Reading Get It Together, America!
Hi, guys. It’s me, again. I am making a picture post for you today. Some people asked about the dogs I talked about in my last post so, I’m going to write about them and introduce you around. They are … Continue Reading We All Go To The Dogs
Teabag seeds: Eeeeh. So far, I’m just not sure. However, I know I am at that “I’m just not sure” point you only get from obsessively eyeballing your seed starters, so I have to let it slide a bit. Still, … Continue Reading Around and about updates
Hey, I’m sprog2. I am 7 years old, live in the middle of nowhere. I have like 100 dogs that are always up my butt and really it’s weird. I’m planting stuff. Today I read about what I need to … Continue Reading Planning My Garden