What is the best response when you find out that you are allergic to certain foods? Should you just slowly remove these items from your diet, cut them out altogether right away, or find replacement ingredients so that you can continue to use your current recipes and eat the same foods? I believe that the…
I was diagnosed with Hashimotos way back in 2002. At that time, my TSH was 55! I was 6 months postpartum and was just hoping that it was temporary thyroiditis. But that was not the case. I have been taking some sort of thyroid replacement hormone ever since. At the time, my doctor recommended eating…
We have more baby chicks for sale! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
I talked to my husband about the puppy and how the trainer had used the puppy’s father as a service dog. It was so helpful that she had a brother that had Down syndrome as well. She knew so much about the issues that we were facing. She had specific tasks that she had trained…
ALL SOLD OUT!
We hatched some baby chicks a few days ago. They are so cute! We now have them listed for sale.
We are selling them Straight Run at $4 each. Contact us at email@example.com if you are interested.
We also have Laying Hens for sale at $15 each. We have Barred Rocks and Rhode Island Reds.
Last, but not least, are the beautiful Silkie Roosters. They are selling for $10 each.
Almost seven years ago, we had a daughter that was born with Down syndrome. There are so many questions at a time like that. We wanted to know if she would be able to walk and talk, how well would she be able to function in her world, and how much help would she need.…
If you are planting potatoes based on the Farmers Almanac, then your potato seeds need to be in the ground by the first full moon in February. For this year, the full moon is February 22, 2016.
Three days before, I cut the seed potatoes so that each piece I cut has a good “eye” on it. I lay the cut potatoes on some newspaper so that they can dry out a little before planting.
When I am ready to plant, I dig trenches in the garden about 4 inches deep and place the cut potatoes, eye facing up, down in the trench. I cover them with dirt, leaving some dirt piled on the sides of the trenches. As the plants begin to emerge, I start mounding up some of the dirt around the plant. You can also use hay around the plants as they grown. This gives added support to the plant.
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