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  1. frustratedearthmother

    What's for dinner?

    Cool! We want a report on your first batch of chuffles.
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    Hello from the UK

    Hope that works out well for you. What kind of eggs are you thinking about hatching? I've recently hatched some quail and I have a few chicken eggs in the incubator now. It's addicting!
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    Frustratedearthmother's Journaling Journey

    Cool and crisp outside and major sunshine! Whoop! Not sure what I'm going to concentrate on today - but for certain it will include lots of outside time. Can't let this good sunshine happen without me in it, lol. I roasted a chicken Thursday, had chicken salad out of it yesterday and I think...
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    Hello from the UK

    Hi there, and welcome from Texas.
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    Frustratedearthmother's Journaling Journey

    Are you getting good results with it?
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    Frustratedearthmother's Journaling Journey

    Ya'll have reminded me that we used to hear bob-whites here too - along with hearing them at my childhood home. It would be nice to have them here again. One of the biggest predators for birds around here (especially ground living bird) are cats. Cute little Fluffy is a hunting machine... :(...
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    10 Simultaneous "Plagues"

    I propose that if anyone is interested there's information available for them to research.
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    10 Simultaneous "Plagues"

    How can anyone discount the impact that humans have had on this planet....? https://www.leonardodicaprio.org/fossil-fuel-companies-are-driving-half-of-global-warming/
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    What did you do in the garden today?

    Love cardinals!
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    10 Simultaneous "Plagues"

    ^ X1000000000000.... ^
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    Frustratedearthmother's Journaling Journey

    Funny how that happens! And then there's the crazy human that helps the multiplication process by putting eggs in the incubator.... ARGH! It's an illness I tell ya! Woke up to 60 degrees - brrrrrr! Forecast was for a bit cooler, but I'm ok with it. Rain was/is in the forecast but thankfully...
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    What do you do to cut expenses down?

    Biggest score in awhile was the chainsaw. We have an AMEX gold and we use it as often as we can. You are awarded points based on the amount you put on the card. We often use the points to purchase Christmas gift and I did so with several gifts this past Christmas. But, when we were looking...
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    rodeogirl's journey to being self-sufficient

    Ahhhhh she's so lucky she's got a fantastic big brother!
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    Canadian flocks!

    Welcome from Texas!
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    What's for dinner?

    I'm just not sure how often I'd use it. I'd probably use it a couple of times and then forget that I have it and end up giving it to one of my kids later. But, I'm curious. Too much going on right now to worry about it - if I still want it in a month or so I might give it a go. :idunno
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    Frustratedearthmother's Journaling Journey

    Please explain! What is this "watch the numbers" of which you speak?
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    Black Garlic

    I dunno, lol. Actually, back when I wrote that was about 18 months ago. I had planted it in the spring which turned to summer pretty quickly and my guess was that it just couldn't take the heat? It grew pretty well fall of that year and I've got some going now that looks great. I also...
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    Frustratedearthmother's Journaling Journey

    They are amazing little critters. If it weren't for the need to incubate them artificially - I would consider them the perfect SS animal. But, I've heard of incubating them under a silkie so that might be an alternative. They grow fast, lay quickly, are easy to process and I've never had a...
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    Cordless Chainsaw

    We are the same - I hate losing the shrubs we're taking out - but we will definitely replace with something green and not quite so invasive. Years ago I worked with a person who would complain every time we drove by a cemetery. He would always say something like.... "look at all that wasted...
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    What do you do to cut expenses down?

    I love a good resale shop. About a hunnert years ago when I had lost a substantial amount of weight I shopped totally at a wonderful resale shop while I was changing sizes every few months. Continued to shop there until the place closed it's doors. I also took clothes in to sell - loved that...
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