This post contains affiliate links. Do you ever look back at notes or journal entries or letters from the past and become encouraged by your younger self? That is exactly what happened when I reread the post below… Continuing to grow as a person and in knowledge is always something I have tried to address. […]
What do you do? Pick up the cloth ones to sanitize and reuse? Pick up and throw away disposable ones? Do nothing? Make a tsk tsk sound as you walk past? Do you even notice them? Are these the new receipts and water bottles of ground water pollution?
Here in Zone 7b we still have about a month left before first frost. As I write this the dehydrator is running with some cherry tomatoes, we have more than we can eat right now, and figs inside. However, what about in a month? What should I do with all the unripe fruit still on […]
This post contains affiliate links. It all started with looking online for a resource we have used in the past for a composer study. Then I realized I had not loaded my most recent gift cards from Swagbucks onto my Amazon account. While doing so the list of “unused” gift cards on my Swagbucks’ account […]
No capes or flying were involved in the making of this post. Superheroes move over, there is a new girl in town. All it took was less than an hour of my time and I helped save the planet. Impressed? What if I told you I made $100+ in that same hour? Impressed yet? My […]
Slugs. I hate them. Slimy. Sneaky. Worst of all they eat my plants.
About a month ago I wrote a post about ways to deal with the Isolation Doldrums. Several of the activities I have been good about doing while others were a bit hit and miss. Something, though, it better than nothing. Since that time I have found myself feeling better, or at least able to do […]
Hand pollination has been the go-to method when bees or other pollinators are lacking. It is time consuming and manual labor. It seems there may be another option which gives similar results, not as labor heavy, and quicker. There are some limitations but I think this method hold hope.
Apparently it is not too late for the robins to start a new brood as they are busy carrying grass and twigs to the top of our maple tree. Many others birds were flittering around as well including a yellow bird I need to identify. My neighborhood may have been quiet but the birdhood were […]