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About mommato3boys

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    19th century girl stuck in the 21st century
  • Birthday December 6

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    Female
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    Grazing country
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    digging in the dirt, camping, reading, crafts

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  1. Continued prayers for MtRider and family.
  2. Prayers for MtRider and family
  3. Tomoatoes that are totally green will not ripen when they are picked. If they have a tint of yellow put wrap in newspaper or tissue paper and set in a dark place for a couple of days check them daily and they should start ripening. Tomates actually ripen in the dark not the sunlight. If they are totally green have yourself some friend green tomatoes. If nothing else put them in a paper bag with a greenish banana. As the banana releases gas the gas will force the tomatoes to ripen. https://morningchores.com/how-to-ripen-tomatoes/ check out this link it has some g
  4. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. you will be in our thoughts and prayers.
  5. On skinnytaste.com she has a recipe for sushi stacks. We use cauliflower instead of regular rice. There is a tuna recipe that hubs cooks for me that to die for, I will have to find it and post it for you.
  6. I was thinking quail or dove in cages like parrots. I was also thinking rabbits. Then you always have fish in tanks, I read an article about raising shrimp in tanks. I will have to find it again.
  7. Apartment homesteading! That is what I am doing now. We have a container garden. I have built my own earthboxes and have a container garden on the back patio. I am dehydrating frozen veggies becasuse we have a smaller freezer. Have turned the extra bedroom closet into a pantry. One major draw back is no livestock. Can't talk the landlord into chickens.
  8. Here where we are it is $2.37 a gallon.
  9. Mt_Rider the medicare info is really not research. That is what I do for a living. If you having anything done as an outpatient at the hospital where I work you will probably talk to me. I have to verify insurance and call each patient and tell them what they will owe. And I can tell you there are some sad stories of how "some" insurance agents have talked these people in to crappy policies. So I have made it my mission to help education as many people as possible about Medicare, medigap aka supplement policies and managed care policies. I breaks my heart to see these little old people being "
  10. This is to answer Littlesister's post on The Great Exodus... You qualify for full Medicare benefits if: You are a U.S. citizen or a permanent legal resident who has lived in the United States for at least five years and You are receiving Social Security or railroad retirement benefits or have worked long enough to be eligible for those benefits but are not yet collecting them. You or your spouse is a government employee or retiree who has not paid into Social Security but has paid Medicare payroll taxes while working. Part A coverages just hospital stays
  11. We allowed ourselves two splurges. One was fishing poles the second was a French door dehydrator oven (Gourmia brand). It said it would dehydrate, so last night I pulled out a bag of frozen veggies that I had bought for this purpose. And this is what I decided... 1. It will dehydrate! 2. The basket's holes are too big. As stuff dried it would fall through so I had to put a try under the basket to catch food. I am thinking of buying a small roll of window screen material and cutting it to fit the basket tray for the air fryer and for my round trays in my dehydrator. I have the
  12. There is an extra pair in the car for hubby. And I have a little make up bag in my purse with and change of drawers and a pad for me. I don't have the control I used to, and when I first stand up after sitting for a long time yep, I grab my little bag. It even has the "before you go" spray in it.
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