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It has gotten harder to find quiet time to write here on my sweet little blog.  Between the garden, this blog, growing and learning my Thrive business while creating websites and social networking for it has all been keeping me busy enough for three of me.  But don’t mistake a lag in postings for having neglected, or even slowing down on my preparations.  Oh, contraire!  I stay true to prepping each and every day!  For me, prepping is as natural as breathing.  The problems that I fear so much have not gotten any better.

English: Scott Walker, 45th Governor of Wisconsin

Our Symbol Of American’s Taking Back Control

The economy is still a disaster.  We still have unacceptably high unemployment even with fuzzy counting by this administration.  The housing market is no better.  America’s debt continues to rise and I watched our POTUS mention more stimulus! This country’s leading law official, U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder is playing political games before Congress while a brave border agent lies in his grave and a family continues to grieve.  We have a government attack against the very basic principles of the catholic church’s position on human life, jeopardizing freedom of religion.  And the cherry on the top?  Planned Parenthood now has a facility in a school!  We can talk about these things until we are blue in the face, but I realize the “Hope & Change” which will work best for my family is in my pantry.  But I can not contain my joy for Governor Scott Walker and Wisconsin’s victory over the heavy-handed tactics of the big unions! I’ll admit, it does give me hope for November.  But let’s get back on message here. (more…)

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The Garden Stick

Good morning friends!  I just came in from checking on the little green darlings. It’s so exciting to see a plan coming together. Even though we are just into the growing and gardening season (weather has been awful so far), those new heirloom seeds are sprouting and looking so healthy and strong. The vegetables and herbs offer a wealth of benefits to my family when they are harvested, eaten, preserved and seeds saved for next year, and the next and so on.  I’m only showing you those which are growing.  I have so many more plants that have not popped out. I decided to spare you the boredom of seeing a pile of fresh dirt.  😉

There are a couple of links I’d like to share to go along with this video. I show and mention The Garden Stick and My Patriot Supply. Just click to visit their sites if you are interested in learning more. The Garden Stick you see is their 6 foot by 66 inches, their largest one. I will be posting a review because I am so impressed with them.  And let me assure you, I have no affiliation with either company. I’m just a really happy customer.  If it shows up in this blog, it’s because it’s awesome!

Grab your popcorn, settle back and enjoy the show . . . .

 

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