Diane Kistner wrote:
Where do we go now? I mean, really...
I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do. (E.E.Hale)
Joshua Bertram wrote:
Trace Oswald wrote:
Joshua Bertram wrote:I also bought a comfrey plant (for t.p.....not that I'm really that worried, butT you never know.
Lol, you're going to regret it if you try that. Comfrey is really picky. Some people can't even touch it without gloves. You may as well use a cactus.
Oh, lol, I thought I read about people using it. After having done a search, it looks like maybe that's a bad idea.
I'll use it for chop and drop, and not so much chop and plop. haha
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Cécile Stelzer Johnson wrote:
About comfrey: It is a great plant to have around.
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Diane Kistner wrote:
Hoping to get fresh stuff from the garden for salads before too much longer.
"Whether you think you can, or you think you can't; you're right"
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Ken W Wilson wrote:Is anyone doing any special prepping for Corona virus? I usually have a few weeks worth of canned food in case of an ice storm or other local disaster. I was pretty incapacitated by two surgeries last year, so I didn’t do much shopping. Cabinets were getting pretty empty. It seems like the virus could get pretty bad, and it might be good to not have to go out much during the worst of it. I’ve been stocking up on canned soup, tuna, salmon, beans, ravioli, chili, and some vegetables. I think I have enough for a couple weeks. I have some dehydrated food in case of a longer term situation, but I want some supplies that don't need any preparation and are closer to my usual diet. I also bought a couple big packages of toilet paper and paper towels.
I bought most of it from Amazon Pantry. You get discounts if you buy more than 10 or 15 items. I think its a little cheaper than a local store. It was great for shopping for such a wide range of items, and they deliver. Also, I really hate shopping.
I looked for some masks. I found some that were 10 for 770.00, so I gave up on that idea.
I need to buy a battery powered radio. I plan to have some water stored. Does anyone have suggestions?
Mari said So how is everyone doing? Well, I hope. Hang in there. We are staying safe at home as much as possible.
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