Monday, September 28, 2020

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Happenings around the home and garden.




Our cat missing the grandson this weekend.  He just looked around and then fell asleep on the chair.


I've been saving my rattlesnake green beans.  There are still more on the vine to save.


I picked some mustard greens!  Yeah! 


I worked on one of the raised beds so I could plant my garlic.  I have been filling up both beds with compost and manure.


I miss my zinnias.  That first frost hit them hard.  I'll be saving the seed soon.



How's everything going in your neck of the woods?



Daughters of Deliverance (Kate Bushnell Series Book 1)






God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea: Experiencing God in the Midst of Everyday Moments


Raised Bed Gardening For Beginners: The Complete Guide To Build Your Own Raised Bed Garden


Baby Steps To Backyard Chickens: How To Prepare For Your First Flock (Backyard Homesteading Book 1) 





Goodnight Ocean



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8 comments:

  1. Hi! Cute kitty and your gardening harvest looks great! Have a great week!
    Elaine from Arizona

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  2. Your greens look so good. How do you cook them? I'm thinking about planting garlic in a large tub. I think I can get by with it this far south. Garlic goes in the end of Oct or early Nov. here.

    Slow day here. I have my grandson & we've just played all day.

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    1. Thanks Jenny, I cook the greens in enough water to cover with a little bit of grease (bacon grease if I have it) and salt to taste. Then I cook till tender. The weatherman just predicted snow by the middle of next week.

      It was a wonderful day here too. I loved that you had a fun day with your grandson.

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  3. Our dog is lonely when the grands leave too

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  4. What a pretty kitty! I like your school setup.
    I have never had rattlesnake beans before. I wonder how they got the name.
    Your zinnias are lovely. Something ate my flowers this year. I don't know if it was the deer or the groundhog. I picked a big mess of blue lake beans and I think that will be the end of my garden this year. Will surely miss the tomatoes
    Have a good week.

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    1. Rattlesnake beans have the markings of a rattlesnake on the vine. When they are cooked they look just like green beans. Oh man Kathy we ended up live trapping 4 ground hogs this year...We were very lucky to get anything out of the garden.
      I'll miss the great garden produce too!

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