Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Free Kindle Books for Today 5/20/20 Plus The Flood and The Garden!

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The Flood
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Our cat smelling the blooms this morning
The Flood!  
The sun is shinning today but let me tell you, we had  a lot of rain the last few days.  Our area was basically saved with only about 2 to 3 inches of rain but up north of us they had as much as 8 to 9 inches of rain.  Two dams have broken and people have had to evacuate.  I have heard of flooded homes but no causalities so far.  Thank God.  So, they now have two emergencies, flooding and the virus.  It's been some kind of year!  

Our garden! 

I wouldn't be surprised if the potatoes haven't rotted in the ground.  The cabbages, lettuce, and onions are all doing great. You just take a chance when you plant early or even sometimes late.  There is a positive side to this, we now will build two raised beds next Spring.  There is nothing like life experiences to help me to do some convincing.  


Please leave a comment and let me know how it's going in your neck of the woods.

Knit Together: Amish Knitting Novel (With Discussion Guide & Knitting Pattern) by [Karen Anna Vogel]

Knit Together: Amish Knitting Novel (With Discussion Guide & Knitting Pattern)

Seeking Home (Family Bonds Book 1) by [Carolyne Aarsen]

Seeking Home (Family Bonds Book 1)



The Man at the Door by [Elizabeth Carr]

Lunch Ideas When You Work from Home: Stress-Free Menu Ideas for Lunch Time by [Patricia Baker]

Escaping the Lockdown Cookbook: Prepare to Eat Well When Pandemic Strikes by [Martha Stone]
150 Easy Classic Chicken Recipes by [Bonnie Scott]


Cami and Wyatt Have Too Much Screen Time: a children's book that encourages imagination and family time (Cami Kangaroo and Wyatt Too 3) by [Stacy C. Bauer, Rebecca Sinclair]





The Story of My Life by [Helen Keller]


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10 comments:

  1. Thankful there are no casualties. Scary about the dam breaks. We are having a lot of rain with river flooding in VA.
    Pretty kitty with the flowers.
    Hope you have a good day.

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    1. Kathy I just watched how far down south the rain went. Sorry to hear of your area flooding too. Have a great day.

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  2. It is raining nonstop here now since Monday morning. Our yard is full of water, rivers are out of their banks, the interstate is flooded and there is fear of mudslides north of us in the NC mountains. This is crazy!

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    1. Oh my goodness Lana, it sure is crazy! I hope it stops soon for you.

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    2. I am now seeing the news reports on the dams in your area. It's horrible.

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    3. I can't imagine how these people must feel.

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  3. So glad you're all ok. I cannot imagine losing my home in this craziness. Normal things are hard enough without trying to completely rebuild or relocate.

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    1. I've seen a roof going downstream on the news. I can't imagine what they must be going through.

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  4. we had two inches and it flooded over a couple roads where there Scioto runs. Pretty much down today.

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    1. Oh man everyone has had this week. Hope the rain stops for awhile.

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