Monthly Archives: May 2011

kittens!

Kittens are so cute! And we have 6 of them.  Yea! A cat followed us home several months ago.  After not being able to find her humans we decided to keep her.  Lo and Behold she was pregnant.  Now we … Continue reading

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Transforming the front side garden bed

Well the front of the front side garden bed has now been planted up with a three sisters garden.  The back of this bed has been planted with tomatoes.  Garlic, Onions and potatoes were already in there from earlier this … Continue reading

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male aspect of the garden today

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summer camp

I am excited to announce that I have been hired to work at a outdoor camp this summer. I will lead 3rd – 5th graders five days a week in a garden space. We will teach the kids naturalist skills, gardening … Continue reading

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lunch

Today for nutrients I ate: Imported black tea with local raw milk Dave’s Killer Bread – Sin Dawg – yummy raisin bread (local) More raw milk (we are part of a milk collective based out of a local farm in … Continue reading

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having it together

I have had several people say to me in the past few days that they feel that everyone else is so together and they are falling apart. Let’s just get one thing straight: We all try to present ourselves as … Continue reading

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Nimbus is all good

Hello, To all have asked about Nimbus (the chicken), Yes, she is alright.  It took three days in the small cage to bring her out of her broodiness.  She is sunning around eating lots of grass now, and talking a … Continue reading

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time is heavy

All aspects of my life are important to me and rewarding in their own ways. However, that does not mean that they do not tire me out. They do. I am grateful, full, and tired.

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Transplanting, May 2nd

Tonight I transplanted beets, kale, garden sorrel, and snapdragons. Although all of these plants could be out outdoors now, I will probably let the kale and beets grow larger inside.  This way they will stand a fighting chance against the … Continue reading

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Pickle Pics

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