Monthly Archives: February 2011

And the wormz have it…

I must confess, I have avoided writing about my worms since I got them because I was concerned I had done something wrong…  A little over a week ago I picked up some worms at Walmart.  I didn’t know if … Continue reading

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Some serious problems here

A link came through today for the following article: The Santa Barbara Syndrome: Evidence of a Broken Food System.  If you haven’t seen it yet I encourage to read it (it’s short). How sad is it that food grown in … Continue reading

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Tag–You’re It!

I had a few minutes here and decided to do a quick project – making tags for my plants this year.  I mentioned a link to this project a few weeks ago I think.  Very simple and I now have … Continue reading

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And there was light…

Well, almost… A couple bumps in the road along the way.  First I never bothered to measure how long the light fixture was, I just thought it would fit on my craft table.  Guess what?  It’s too long.  Good thing … Continue reading

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The worms are coming, the worms are coming…

Pretty sad if you get excited about worms isn’t it?  I took some time this morning after getting school done to get my worm bed ready.  Hopefully tomorrow I will be able to find some Red Wrigglers at Walmart – … Continue reading

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Winter Break

It’s been a couple weeks since I’ve posted because last week my hubby and I were on our first ever cruise.  It was amazing!  My hubby won the trip through work otherwise we might not have done something like this … Continue reading

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Love This

I came across The Urban Homestead website yesterday and LOVE, I say LOVE their little homestead.  To think they can produce 6000 POUNDS of produce a year in such a small area.  Yes, they live in California which has a … Continue reading

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