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
For the background, go here. I will rant about the implications of this in another entry, I’m just putting the results out there- and some of you who are experienced breastfeeding mothers will know probably immediately where this is going. … Continue Reading Living Below The Line: Fail….But Not Entirely.
So, I read somewhere that you could start seeds in used tea bags. Well, we go through quite a bit of tea ’round here, so, I thought, What the heck? I’ll save ’em up and give it a go. … Continue Reading Sprog 1 and The Used Tea Bag Planting Experiment
I tend to jump all over people for being overly sanctimonious about food choices and the like: because, well, people sometimes assume that I am some kind of no bleached foods, no bad anything, super perfect organic crazy-insane super mom. … Continue Reading I am so very un-perfect.
I typically scoff a bit at this sort of thing, because how, in five days, five weeks, or even five months can you possibly understand what it’s really like to live below the poverty line? How can you understand, just … Continue Reading Living Below The Line
So, I wrote about the freebie I got from Supreme Growers– and then, we promptly had the Winterpocalypse. I don’t have a before shot- but, imagine if you will, poorly transplanted aloe plants, stuck inside all winter long. They were … Continue Reading So, I got this freebie, update.
Here it is, March 24th and I am looking outside on a snow flurry filled day with a light coat on the ground. Probably about an inch or so. I don’t talk about it very often- but for me, extreme … Continue Reading The Winter That Will Not End….