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Life has definitely been flowing along here.
And the new pond certainly is complete with a small solar panel and bubblers.
I’ll either add more bubblers or a larger one to keep the pond clean without
chemicals.
I may add a pool pump as long as there is power and we’re not in a grid down
situation.

Life is flowing along for these new kitties too.

Life is flowing along for these baby kitties too.
They have their eyes open and are very active.
I’m looking at giving them more room to
move around and play.
I have a play pen but not sure it will
accommodate them, a liter box, food
and water for mom plus keep them out of it
since not really old enough for regular
food or the liter. Their not really coordinated
enough to get out of the water if they fall
in it.
All the shelters here are still full and no room
for mama, kitties or the other two companions.
Someone told me for now I’m the foster lol
They’ve got that right though.
I’ve even try to get the male in to get him
neutered and there are no funds so far.
I’ll keep trying and if worse comes to worst
Grayman will be isolated if any of females
go into heat.
Life goes on.

Life is flowing along with canning garden produce as well.

I’ve been moving right along canning
produce from the garden. It’s going
to be never ending for awhile yet.

That’s about it for tonight.
After a stormy day and no power it’s going
to be nice to kick back and relax reading a
new book I have from Ron Foster,
The Bug Out Gardening Guide.
Whether you bug in or bug out this book
is for you to get gardening if not already.
I agree totally with what Ron shares about
not relying on those buckets of of seeds
promoted for a high prices, promising to
give you tons of veggies for years to come.
Perhaps they will but I’d rather save my
own seeds from my produce and know
what I’m getting and the chances that they
will grow a lot more promising.
There is so much more in this book
to help you prepare wisely.
I encourage you to get your copy ordered.
I doubt you’ll be disappointed!

Flowing Along includes reading Ron Foster's book, The Bug Out Gardening Guide
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Cindy

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2 Comments

  1. Avatar Cindy

    The kittens are absolutely precious!! I sure hope you can find them a good home. But it looks like they’re already in a fantastic place! Haha! I love the pond. It’s beautiful! And canning! I wish I had learned how to do that, but I’ll admit it freaks me out a little bit. I’m afraid I would screw it up and give myself botulism. Haha! I’ll be following along. Take care.

    • Avatar Cindy

      Hi Mandy.
      Sorry so slow to respond to your comment.
      Been busy with kitties and all the care of animals here.
      Thanks so much for being here and reading and commenting. Means a lot.
      The kitties are so precious. Today several of them ate wet food with their mama so that is good. Not all
      were interested and too young to quit nursing but that’s okay.
      4 out of 6 are spoken for yeah!
      I am hopeful to get mama a forever home when kitties weaned and her two companions, a 6 month old female and an approximately 1 year old male.
      All sweet and lovable and probably someone’s cats at one time before living in my backyard.
      I’m glad you like the pond. It’s not looking so good at the moment since bubblers only working while sun on solar panel so it’s a bit frustrating.
      I’m sure I’ll figure out a solution.
      I hear you on canning but I have confidence you can do it.
      I was listening to Carolyn at Homesteading Family on youtube and she shared how she was so afraid she threw away everything she canned the first time.
      I did the same thing myself lol
      I have a pressure canner and do use it but follow also the Amish way of canning with a pot on the stove or outdoors over fire and boiling what I can up to 3 hours or more.
      Anything I can I always heat before eating most of the time and kills any chance of botulism. Just my two cents and thoughts.
      I look forward to you following along and sharing your thoughts.
      I’ve been super busy with kitty care and trying to keep up with garden but hope to be back to sharing more soon.
      Take care and have a great weekend.

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