Hi Cornelia, nice to *meet* you! I'm at McMath garden on Pemberton St. Where is Squirrel Brand garden? Thanks for your comment... I'm slowly getting up to speed on all things blog-related. Love your profile picture! Seriously cute!
Thank you so much! I love you site! We are currently "growing" a co-op in our area and this will be such a blessing to all of our families! I can't wait to add some info and pics to show everyone what we are up too.........we are totally commited to the "homegrown" way of life!!!
Hey Cornelia, thanks for the comment! It drew me back to the site after a few weeks of distraction. I'm really excited to learn and read what everyone else on here is up to. I'm not affiliated with the site I posted, but it's in line with a lot of the art styles my friends and I enjoy. Glad you liked it!
Wow! Cornelia, thank you so much for leaving me a comment. I feel loved! I tell you what. I will take some pictures of the greenhouse now and when it's finished. I may be an octogenarian by then, but I'll do it. In the meantime, I'll tell you what I've been up to. It seems Texas is having a bumper crop of kittens this year, both feral and orphaned. So, I am fostering babies. I have 4 at the moment. Two of them just opened their eyes. They are so cute when they nurse. The little boy, an orange tabby, is such a great eater that I've dubbed him, "pumpkin", for his fat little belly. I'll have to get you some pictures.
I'm about to start working with http://emrousa.com/ by adding a bokashi element to my composting workshops. I try to do everything from scratch, but want to appeal to a market with large quantities of compostables (e.g. schools). My first attempt was with using the liquid from strained yogurt. I let it ferment, soaked sheets of newspaper in the liquid, sealed the newspaper in a plastic bag to let that ferment, turned my back and had moldy newspaper! I never did get to the rotting-in-a-bucket stage. Let me know your results if you give it a try!
The urns are made out of clay pottery. They do have holes on the bottom of them. But some people say you still need to put some sort of liner inside of them with holes? Is that true? Or can't I just place the soil in the urn seeing there is a hole on the bottom? What do you think?
Hello Cornelia,wow what a home page you have & your pictures yum Id love it if you'd share the recipe of what you made in processor,I could almost taste it..I sure am glad I happen on this wonderful blog. this is the 1st time i have ever blogged,which you may very well tell so excuse my unknown ways about blogging..I usually just look of things on here & pluck emails to my Dad who Im glad to say turned 89 the 29th of April..about my blog you ok'd i don't know what happened to it as i said this is the 1st time Ive ever done something like this..I hope to learn & grow on blogging abilities& meet many people on here..1 thing I had wrote was I asked for input on how to grow tomatos in central fl.hey got to run cornelia take care & I will be looking at all the stuff on your homepage hope to hear from you,take care have a good evening,Cheriann ps i hope i can find my way back to your page & mine too lol
Hi Cornelia!! Thanks for the welcome :) As soon as I have time this week, I'll do more on here. I am so excited to be a part of this community. I am taking a class here at our Peace and Justice Center called G.O.T. Power (Grassroots Organizer Training). So I gotta get outta here for now. See you around :)
Thanks for the welcome, Cornelia! My profile photo is butterlies of some sort. Sadly, I didn't take the photo, so I'm not exactly sure. Hopefully, I'll be able to get some stuff done on my page soon. Seeing yours has inspired me!
Thanks Cornelia, I am still trying to figure this all out...not very adapt at a blogging posting thingy. I am going to try to get pics up of our angoras and holland lops soon and turkeys and chickens.... so much to do.... I am sure it will take time to figure it all out :)
Whoa, whoa, whoa! It's NY, not NJ (LOL). My husband and I are growing tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, onions, garlic, two kinds of peppers, black berries, romaine lettuce, broccoli and herbs on a small plot in our backyard. So far everything looks great and hopefully we can start harvesting soon!
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