Friday, October 23, 2020

Free Kindle Books for Today 10/23/20 Plus The Garden is Officially Over!

 Free Kindle Books and deals for today 10/23/20!  Make sure you check the price before you buy, Amazon prices can change frequently. If you don’t have a Kindle you can download your favorite Kindle Book on any tablet or smartphone with a free Kindle app


**As a Amazon affiliate I earn a small percentage when you purchase items from one of my links (the item doesn't have to be what I have linked here).  Thanks so much for helping to support Vickie's Kitchen and Garden




The garden is officially over when every tomato cage and pole is taken up and then the husband runs over it with a lawn mower.  Now it's time to rake the fallen leaves on top.

What to do now?  This is the time I put my effort into crocheting, embordering, and Fall cleaning.  I get a break from working in the garden and I actually love it ...till about March then I start going a little garden crazy.  

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







Hopeful Cowboy: A Mulbury Boys Novel (Hope Eternal Ranch Romance Book 1) 






















Be sure to sign up for my daily email list and never miss a post!  You can also follow me on Twitter, PinterestFacebook,and Bloglovin where I share my frugal list, gardening, recipes, Free Kindle books, and more!


**Have you tried Swagbucks yet?  It's a great way to earn free gift cards!  

**ThredUP has great prices on gently used clothes.  If you shop with my link you will get a credit of $10 for your first purchase and I will too! Get  20% off your entire order with code THRIFTY20



10 comments:

  1. Looks good! Enjoy your gardening break! Were the grands able to grow a pumpkin from their plants?
    It will be a nice day here, so I am going to do some outdoor chores too. Painting can wait but the nice weather won't last. Have a great weekend

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. We ended up with about 14 pumpkins total. The vines intertwined and they couldn't tell whose was whose. They were small but we're pretty for decorations.
      It's 70 degrees this morning here..painting is waiting here too.

      Delete
  2. Hi Vickie, I just wanted to let you know I got your grandson's journal in the mail yesterday. It's coming book rate so may be a bit slower. I hope he enjoys it. Elaine

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks so much...he has had to read other books while he is waiting for the newest release to come to our door. I'm know that he will love it!

      Delete
  3. We are the same here. The garden plants are all done and will be pulled up today.

    ReplyDelete
  4. It looks so good. Did you have any green tomatoes when you cleaned it up? I still have so many. We're expecting 32' on Monday night so I'm going to pull mine up this weekend.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes we had a basket full when we pulled ours up a little over a month ago. I wrap them in newspapers and this past week we ate the last of our green turned ripe tomatoes. I'm going to miss them! Here is the link to when I had to get busy!
      https://www.vickieskitchenandgarden.com/2020/09/free-kindle-books-for-today-91920-plus.html
      Do you wrap yours in newspaper too?
      Don't work too hard and have a great weekend.

      Delete
  5. My Dad will wrap his tomatoes and try to get them to last as long as he can too. Fourteen pumpkins is great. Your grandchildren must have been so proud of them. I know I would have been.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They had a lot of fun picking pumpkins! You know I learned about newspaper wrapping from my mom...They were smart!

      Delete

Thanks so much for coming by and taking the time to share your comment. I love that you want to add something constructive to the conversation. I myself have learned so much from the comments left here! So please remember to be nice and supportive so we can encourage every one who comes to Vickie's Kitchen and Garden. I will delete you comment if I consider it rude either to me or someone else on this blog!