Lucrecia Anderson wrote:
Sarah Koster wrote:
Anyway I used to find jealousy endearing, but now I find it downright frightening because I know it's a form of hostility and can lead to abuse.
I would say beware of conflict in whatever form it takes. A whole lot of people need conflict in a relationship whether that takes the form of jealousy or arguments over stupid things or casual "funny degrading" insults. That is normal/natural/satisfying and required for many. Without it the relationship isn't satisfying or complete.
In my home I aim for 90% of everything I say to be positive. I love those I live with and want to show it every day.
Conflict/crazy CAN really amp up the sex...and that is okay just own that fact....don't go along happily and claim "victim status" later.
Constantinos Avgeris wrote:Thank You for the sites. Do you know if you can grow it without the hull?
Mike Jay wrote:Sarah, I've been curious about something but haven't had the time to research it. Maybe this would interest you:
Some plants don't grow in my zone (4a) because it's apparently too cold. I suspect that there are different death modalities for each type of plant. Some die from the limbs getting below X degrees and that kills the whole plant. Some die from the ground freezing to a depth of Y inches. Some could die due to a period of warmth above Z degrees followed by colder temps. I'm sure there are other ways they die. I've wondered if this could be sorted out and made simple enough for my brain so that if I have a microclimate I can experiment with the best zone 5 plant possible. I have sunny, low wind microclimates that don't have as much snow cover. Some plants would handle that, some might not but I don't know which. In that case the branches may be warmer but the roots may freeze harder due to less snow cover. So a plant that handles Indiana weather (still cold and the ground probably freezes harder than WI) might be great for me to try.
L. Tims wrote:Some would have us all become vegans and do away with animal agriculture altogether. I don't like this, I think animal foods are at the very least a psychological and traditional necessity, and likely a physical one in some way we haven't figured out scientifically yet. The 'Murican way is to say screw efficiency and keep animals on good cropland. I don't think this is right either.
Constantinos Avgeris wrote:Does anyone know where to buy einkorn seeds? Tried one person on Etsy and the shipment got lost so now i need another source. Thank You