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  1. What size bags do you suggest for potatoes? Maybe I can hide made less visable those in our yard instead of trying to use our raised beds.
  2. Remember you are lighting a fire, not filling a bucket. I don't remember who to attribute that to, but I try to keep that in mind. I'm homeschooling a kindergartener. For science, I really like "Nature Study". DD has a "Nature Notebook", a blank notebook for drawing what she observes (birds, flowers, bugs, seeds, ect). There's info here but you can easily search and find good stuff. https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/category/nature-study/ There's many sites and blogs with good info on nature study. It is prepping, too--gardening; weather; plant/tree/insect/animal identification, ect.
  3. free "Drive Thru History" episode to stream. https://www.drivethruhistory.com/ We have some of the DVDs. They're VERY good! So scroll to the down, fill out the info and they send you an email. (for the source one, you're not entering someone's email, but just clicking an option)
  4. Kappy, I'm sorry about your kitty. Ann,
  5. Welcome back. Sorry you're going through a tough time.
  6. Miki, https://www.theoldschoolhouse.com/nature-study-starting-sweet-potato-slips-dirt-method/?utm_sq=g1d0aj15fq&utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=TheOldSchoolhouseMagazine&utm_content=TOSBlogPostsBloggers
  7. The Townsend Letter has an article I thought was interesting. Coronavirus Update & Integrative Natural Answers By Dr. Devaki Lindsey Berkson (3/17/2020) How the Virus Binds, Possible Natural Answers to Block & Protect https://drlindseyberkson.com/coronavirus-update-integrative-natural-answers/
  8. I saw this and thought it was excellent, so I wanted to share here. It's not about Corona virus, but just sickness in general. It's a reminder for most, but maybe someone would find it helpful. Before all this was going on, it saddened me to see parents dragging a sick little one around when they should be at home resting. I'm putting the link, but not the article to respect copyright. http://likemotherlikedaughter.org/2015/01/my-secrets-to-taking-common-sense-care-of-your-sick-child-at-home/ One of the things we do differently is for throwing up, we use those little plastic trashcans lined with grocery bags. When DD and I had the flu, I had DH buy a couple more.
  9. They didn't set the amount yet. I don't like the idea of "stimulus checks" at all.
  10. Looks like Lehmans is for now https://www.lehmans.com/blog/dear-friend/#more-34764 Looks like they're out of stock of most lids.
  11. I don't know if you can order online from them (what am I talking about, most places you can order online), but some of the other places that carry jars --Lowes, Tractor Supply, some hardware stores, Giant Eagle even used to carry them last year.
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