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  1. I am so sorry, Snowmom. Praying for you all.
  2. Mt Rider, you could make a poultice with activated charcoal. It works miracles on infections. Raw potato scrapings poultices are great for drawing out splinters, bits of metal, etc. If you use charcoal, mix it with water and an equal amount of oat flour or ground flax seed to keep it moist. Make the poultice large enough to cover more than the infected part of your finger. Put something between your finger and the charcoal if you have an open wound because the charcoal and tattoo you if it gets directly in the wound. It can adsorb just fine through paper towel or several layers of gauze. If you have any goldenseal powder, you can also soak your finger in warm water with a little of the powder stirred into it. Hi everyone!
  3. Mt Rider, that is a most amazing thing! I'm thankful that it all turned out well. If we could all just trust God with all the details of our lives. He cares about the big things and the small things too.
  4. Kappy, It seems you didn't see my guinea comment so I'm re-posting it here. kapppydell, We've had as many as 40 guineas at one time. They are not as smart at chickens. You have to train them to go in a house from a very young age. Even than, every once in a while, they get a wild hair and roost in the trees instead of going in the house. Great-horned Owls love them. It's pretty much impossible to catch them if they decide not to roost in their house. We never saw a tick while we had them and I wish we could have them now. We just can't afford to grow owl and coyote food. Hi Anarchy! Here, Medicare is what you get when you turn 65 and Medicaid is for low income individuals of all ages.
  5. Good grief! It never showed up when I would click Submit Reply and now there it is a bunch of times.
  6. kapppydell, We've had as many as 40 guineas at one time. They are not as smart at chickens. You have to train them to go in a house from a very young age. Even than, every once in a while, they get a wild hair and roost in the trees instead of going in the house. Great-horned Owls love them. It's pretty much impossible to catch them if they decide not to roost in their house. We never saw a tick while we had them and I wish we could have them now. We just can't afford to grow owl and coyote food.
  7. Praying for your DH and you too.
  8. I guess I need to just learn how!
  9. Thank you ladies for making me feel more at home. Jeepers, I don't know how to get a picture from my phone to the computer yet either! : ) Prayers for OOTO and family, job, etc.
  10. I read many of the new posts on here every day but don't post much. I'm not sure why. I guess I feel like you all know each other from way back and I feel sort of like a strange,r I guess, trying to worm my way into a family gathering pretending to be part of the family. Sometimes I have a lot I would like to say but I'm just too tired to type it all out. Sometimes I even start a post, get part way through what I wanted to say and think I don't really want to fool with that and delete it. I miss all the interaction too. I never did learn how to post pictures.Once in a great while, I think I would like to post a picture and share what we're doing but, too much trouble to learn how. So there are my rambling thoughts. : )
  11. I am so sorry. Praying for you all. I know God has a plan for you.
  12. So sad. I will certainly pray for him and all concerned.
  13. I'm still decluttering. I am focusing on the visual clutter--all the things that can't be put away because they have no place or things that just are not being put where they belong. Things that nobody really wants but nobody wants to make the decision to just get rid of it. Also on paper clutter. My desk is a disaster. I tend to keep "information" because I'm afraid that I can never find that information again if I throw it away. That's really silly but....
  14. I finished the Rocket class and loved it! DS and the two DDs are working on it now. I organized the Garden Notebook this week. I put all the previous years in a notebook and then fixed a small notebook for the current year. I have continued to declutter at least something every day.
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