Isabella Love

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Hey Steve, that last comment of yours (DdVv, etc.) is super fascinating! This is actually the first I've read and understood anything about breeding new varieties of plants. Thank you for sharing! 😊😊
1 year ago
Wow, Steve! That is some beautiful squash!

What is your growing zone? I have some Seminole pumpkins sprouting here in zone 9a-- supposed to be very vigorous and disease-resistant in the hot and humid south. This is my first year growing them intentionally, though I have actually harvested them in the "wild" in Central Florida. They're yummy!
1 year ago
Hi Jack! Another (West) Central Floridian here wondering how the new property is going for y'all?
2 years ago
Hi Paul! Nice to have more Florida permies here! My kids and I live down in West Central Florida but I've lived in Tallahassee and Pensacola in the past. I've also got a dear friend who is homesteading on 4 acres with her family just south of Gainesville. Where abouts in North Florida are y'all?

Welcome! 😊
2 years ago
I would love to learn more about the aircrete workshops in North Florida!
2 years ago

John F Dean wrote:I just re-read your original post.  Keep an eye on that thumb. It was used to complete a circuit. I have no doubt some tissue was damaged.  



I'm embarrassed to admit this, as I'm a healthcare worker (but hey, I catch babies, not electricity!)...but, what should I keep an eye out for? I mean, the thumb is sore. There's a small red spot that looks like some kind of strange circular burn, but it doesn't hurt when I touch it. My thumb feels sore when I move it, though, especially in the joint area. Will we have to amputate?! j/k obviously, but I can't help but feel a little nervous now, lol.
3 years ago

John F Dean wrote:Give management lots of credit ... I am amazed at how fast the response was.



You are right. I absolutely thanked them for their timely attention to this issue. And then I boiled water on the new stove top and made myself a wonderful cup of coffee. :)
3 years ago
Thank you so much, everyone, for such great responses!

Management replaced the stove immediately. I'm feeling very grateful right now.

Happy New Year!
3 years ago