Animals, Cooking/Baking, Emotions, family, Food, Gardening, Life, Nature, Thinking, Writing

When I let the dogs out this morning I tried to figure out how I would describe outside.  (I’ve been doing that a lot to try to give myself a writing task.)  Or atleast how it differed from yesterday.  The first thing I noticed was that the wind had slowed.  Looking out the window now I notice that it has gone from very breezy to really windy.  The trees look like they are dancing to music with a fast rhythm.  And my wind chimes are providing the music itself.  The skies have been dark for the past few days.  My weather app has said snow but thankfully none has fallen.  We still can’t leave the door open.

On the plus side I am seemingly baking something every day.  Yesterday was puppy treats and today will probably be more bread.  (That is the problem with my homemade bread.  We go through it faster than the store bought because it tastes so good.)  I still haven’t gotten through reading how to make the sour dough bread.  I was too frustrated about finding out that I had to feed it.  I should remedy that today though.  I need to do something with the yeast she worked so hard to make and share.  Sigh.  And I guess that will be a new experience so…  Wish me luck.

I am worried about the seedlings.  I may need to see if I can find one of those long trough like containers.  That would be ideal for the food stuffs.  Mom did send me a photo of an article on how to make pots.  It looked a bit like paper mache but I haven’t read the whole thing through yet.  I might be able to make something trough-like with that.

Ok, I just remembered to check my account to see if anything had hit from unemployment.  I log in and lo!  There is a significant amount of money.  Anxious I tap the amount so I can look at transactions.  It says I am not authorized.  I try another tab.  Not authorized.  I try to get help via the app.  That is down too.  So if you will excuse me I need to call the bank to find out what is going on.  Til tomorrow then.

Thanks for reading and stay safe!

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    1. Nice! I have habaneros, green peppers, New Mexico chilis, and arbol chilis. Oh and whatever others Chris used in the Texas chili the other day. He saved the seeds and I put them in pots. Lol. Congrats on the coriander. We never used it much so I got Italian sweet basil. There are three kinds of tomato as well. The other six seed packets go directly into the ground. Atleast I hope they will. I may need to grow them indoors if it doesn’t warm up soon. 😳

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      1. I agree! I love my gardens! We’ve not had sun for a few days now and there is still frost in the morning so everything has to stay inside. I love what you have on your garden! ❤️

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