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Establishing a Garden Bed.

Today being Sunday, I decided to cook myself a home grown  breakfast.  Scrambled eggs made from just collected eggs and freshly harvested herbs, placed on a slice of my own bread with a side of homemade relish. 314 more words

Organic Gardening

More Work for Mother

Astract from the article: More work for mothers.

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Environmental chemicals e.g., lead, pesticides, flame retardants accumulate in all human bodies and have the potential to affect the health of men and women, adults, and children. 165 more words

Sensitivities

Harvest Fest in New Canaan

Does anyone remember the recent movie, Stepford Wives? It recently popped-up on my Netflix list, but I have yet to watch it. The only aspect of this movie that I remember (besides the plot about women getting lobotomies or something to be more subservient to their husbands) is that most of it was shot in New Canaan, Connecticut. 275 more words

Things To Do

washing day blues... and whites and yellows

I love washing clothes. Actually, it’s not so much the washing, it’s more the ‘hanging it out on the line and then bringing in the basket of fresh smelling garments’ that I love. 484 more words

Figs in a basket

Most of today was spent at Woodcrest Farm sharing the earth with canine companions and solitude. Woodcrest Farm is owned and operated by Allan and Chris Green.  259 more words

What a week!

We gained another dog from someone that thought they could hide a miniature horse from their landlord apparently…. why, oh why? Anyway – Her name (not that she came to it – ever) was Karma. 487 more words

Building The Dream