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  1. Did any of you see the picture (can't remember if it was on youtube or ??? ... but Prez T was being shown "Med Beds". Very interesting. I guess the main thing about them is they draw the heavy metals from your body and your body begins to heal itself. Interesting.
  2. I worked as a real estate private assistant for many, many years. WF has always been "dirty".
  3. 2nd book by Deeann Gist. Sort of comical.
  4. I'm so far behind reading you all's post ... but things are really on the move...literally...here! We're putting in 4-6 hours a day nearly every day packing boxes here, loading in the truck, taking the homestead, carrying them in and putting them away. Then we play catch up mowing all the yards. About the only real relief is when we go to church/gathering each week. I've worked my tail off sprucing up the old dressers with Old English Furniture stain/polish. They look so nice! The kitchen is "useable" but the gas line isn't hooked up yet to my stove so will use all my kitchen "equipment". Washing nearly every day, hanging on outside lines, and vacuum sealing the stuff to put into our storage totes...winter wear etc. Our Abby-girl is truly loving stretching out on the hardwood floors! She's still a bit confused about the bedroom though, so I put a blanket down on my side (the mattress isn't there yet) for her lay and get acquainted with her "space". Her mattress won't go until we move our mattress. We're determined not to completely wear ourselves out trying to do it all at once and we don't want people trying to help because then we have to label everything...too much bother. All in all, the bathroom, kitchen, bedroom are occupiable...and the livingroom also if we really needed to. Right now we're getting the space ready for our "long" dual computer desks that will occupy nearly a complete wall. His and hers! We've had the office equipment for many years...in storage of course! The weather has been very hot and humid, some rain here and there, and supposed to get more tomorrow late. Another good reason for us to take our time. We did sneak out this evening for a meal at Golden Corral...to celebrate our 12th anniversary. I've been very diligent to wear my rib brace and leather gloves. Many, many years ago I did some damage to my ribs (right side) and it's reared it's ugly head this past month...grrr! And leather gloves are a must. Every little bump leaves a nice purple spot on my hands or forearms. Well friends, I need to wash up, crawl in bed with my book, then lights out. I'm so looking forward to getting back to posting here on a more regular basis. Hugs to all!
  5. The WE2's

    We2

    Posted a bit ago...we've up to our ears...in work! Still working out the internet stuff. Such a mess.
  6. We don't believe any of them...period! Everything is "covid" now...and these dumb assertions of "variants" ... they never could get even the "seasonal" flu right! This is not a vaccine...there's not one drop of the virus in it. It's all chemicals the "science" has put together. Regular flu shorts have some of the virus in it...this does not. If you're poked then you shouldn't have to worry about those of us who say nope. It's "control" ... wear a mask, don't wear a mask, don't take supplements and other currative meds, wear a mask, wear two masks, get a shot but still wear a mask. Try to intimidate those who won't conform. That's it. We will continue in our beliefs. This concoction they say is 98% effective. The recovery rate for the virus is 98% and above. Now they're telling people that they'll need "booster" shots.
  7. I bought some of the PUR jars and lids. They work fine. Available at Ace Hardware...that's all they carry. Several homesteaders have tried them and are pleased with them also. They have also tested them for lead etc., just in case...and they appear to be lead free.
  8. Thanks Jeepers for checking on us. As I replied, we are up to our ears moving to the homestead. This will be a long post so bear with me. We've been gradually moving things to the homestead, but ran into a road block when we called to get our internet etc., transferred. UVerse is the only thing available to us but when they came and hooked up the line, they couldn't go any further than the outside because of the "spaghetti" of old phone lines and dangerous wiring in the basement area. So hubby had to trace each and every electrical wire down to know where it went, and then re-wire it all with new and safer wiring. In order to do that we had to haul tons of old burnt wood and charcoal out fromhthe crawlspace so he could get under the house! Between the two of us we were able to fish all new wiring up through the walls (my forearms look a mess!) and into all new electrical boxes etc. Then we had to fish the CAT wire along the same paths. He finally got all the boxes covered and we'll call AT&T tomorrow to have them come out and do the final install. He's tired of it and for a hundred bucks, we'll let them do it. The kitchen is on hold as far as getting my gas stove hooked up. Once the internet etc., is done I'll be vacuuming and cleaning the bedroom so we can get our mattress moved over there as well as waxing down the dressers etc., so we can take our dresser clothes over there. The dining room is his "work area" so we can't do anything with that yet, and the livingroom only has our loveseat, coffee table and one end table. Behind that area is a catch all of the bookcases that are ceiling high and need to be be moved to their "place". I had a bit of a heat episode one weekend while were out and it's taken me quite some time to recover. Then an ear infection really slowed me down until the antibiotics etc., got it taken care of. Then I nearly passed out one early morning on my way from the bathroom. I had to lay on the floor and call for hubby, but he couldn't hear me. My Abby-girl stayed right there with me and would try to "go tell daddy" but would come right back. I was finally able to use her a tiny bit to get on my feet...but she didn't really like it. One I made it to bed then then I was able to wake hubby up so he could get me some water and watch over me until I had my witts about me. REALLY scary! It was a blood pressure drop, guess I just got up too quick. I have low blood pressure so it doesn't take much to go much too low. The weather here has been hot, muggy and rain, rain, rain, rain! It quit raining a bit this morning long enough for us to go to church and barely came home before it started again. Abby-girl and I have had some serious cabin fever when we can't go to the homestead and get out a bit. It's no sense sitting around there while hubby works when I have so much to do here. Sorting, packing and still trying to keep house here. I'm not complaining at all, it's just a big job...especially at our age. With all the storms etc., our Abby-girl has gotten quite use to come looking for me when it starts thundering. I say "squirt" and she waits for me to spray some calming spray on her shoulder, then "lick" and she sucks the dropper of Rescue Remedy, then eagerly awaits her "chews" which is a calming chew we buy. Once it all begins to work, she "goes to bed" ... but still paces a bit when it continues to thunder etc., but at least she isn't trembling and slobbering in fear. We also give her a "lick" when we dremel her toe nails...which we did tonight, but only the front. Tomorrow the back feet. Son is doing okay. His doc is in the process of getting him off all the pain killers and onto medical "lolly pops". His health is a mess. Diabetes, obesity, eye site problems, PTSD, lasiks for his fluid build up, high blood pressure...so much more. He has an aide that comes in and cleans etc., an takes him grocery shopping. Another nurse comes and puts all his meds in a container so he doesn't have to worry about what and when to take his meds. Grand daughter and grand son reached out to me on FB...what a blessing. I know it would set my daughters hair on fire if she knew, but they both said they're adults now and able to make their own decisions. Hopefully that will stand. We're hoping to have a "picnic" or some type of meeting but I left it up to them to set the date etc., since he's still under therapy etc. for his paralysis. I'm not trying to rush things since their folks cut them off from me when they were very young. I need to be careful because their other grand parents are very territorial, and I know the kids love them. Well, I guess that brings me pretty much up to date, but not sure when I'll be able to pop back in and say hello.
  9. I started using the one piece lids that I bought at one of our favorite Amish stores. They use them all the time, especially if you look on their shelves where they sell their jams, beets and other foods. They have one that's for "open kettle" canning which is water bath, and one for "high heat" canning which is for pressure canning. I've used them both. You just have to be careful not to tighten them down too tight, sorta like Tattlers. When I remove the lid for eating the foods, I wash them and they can be re-used for storage lids. I'm very comfortable with them. Just make sure they have the button on top.
  10. We have (hubby made it) a "wonder box" (aka hay box sorta) and they really do work...IF you can get your pot hot enough. You may not have a stove or ??? I have a Sun Oven and it bakes bread wonderfully. Perhaps the top isn't as brown as some would like but it's bread! I've also baked in my air fryer...just do NOT put foil or paper over the top of the food. I use my small corning ware bowls.
  11. Been busy as usual. Rain curtailed several days but we've had a couple of nice days. Tomorrow though...snow!? Give us a break! I did get a load of laundry washed and hung up and dried today, but won't be able to do any more unless I take it to the homestead to dry in the dryer. I really love my laundry dried in the fresh air! Yesterday hubby vacuum sealed 3 big totes of a lot of his winter clothes, and today I did one. They're the 27 gallon totes from Menards (heavy duty) and we use a lot of the dollar tree bags bue t checked today and they were out so I used what I had and then we stopped at Harbor Freight and bought several boxes more. Also picked up a couple of Nitrile gloves...THEY ARE EXPENSIVE! The sign said they were having trouble getting them due to the materials they are made of. We stocked up on a lot of them that are upstairs in a tote at the homestead but we didn't want to open that up, so went ahead and bought a box my size and a box his size...they're over 25 a box! We've still got several totes to pack up. Trying to get a lot of stuff moved that we don't need right now. Abby-girl is totally enjoying having free run of all of the west side of our property! I hang a plastic bucket on the faucet of one of our rain water barrels and she loves the rain water from it. We've blocked off the area of the wrap around front porch that she used to jump up and into. She hurt herself a bit one time so it's off limits unless she comes with us through the house and onto the front porch when we're sitting out there in our chairs. Wasn't able to go to church Sunday. Pastor wasn't feeling well. Not the big C but perhaps a stomach bug. Take care everybody, stay out of troubles way and hugs to each of you!
  12. I think I'll stick with my half gallon jars. Works for me and I have the space for them.
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