p.s. when I say tree, I mean saplings that are shorter than me. I'm not uprooting grown-ass trees.
Anyway I'm SO tired, but in a good way.
Today I embarked upon The Great Transplantening: the previous farmers had planted a bunch of fruit trees and shrubs in random and honestly not-great locations, so I decided to finally move them. I moved the 5 aronia bushes to the outer big circular bed (I have 5 more coming in the mail, but still need more to fill the circle so I'm trying to root some cuttings) and the Asian pear tree to the center of the circle. There're still 3 apple trees to move but I don't know where to yet.
I played my first ever session of DnD yesterday and my orc bard immediately got kinda high on magic fey brownies, A++ experience
Thanks @JMHowell for being such an awesome DM!
friends, followers, countrymen: does anyone have recommendations for really good sports bras?
I need very supportive/high compression ones for farm work. I have one (1) that I really like that came from the evil site, and when I bought more a couple years later they turned out to be far worse quality than before with a weird fit sooo I really only have one decent bra.
Just farm work!
All it achieved was making coop cleaning a fucking nightmare of trying to scrape all the poop and shavings out of an obstacle course of increasingly ripped chicken wire and hills and valleys of wood boards. Now the floor is smoooooooth. Feels good to make farm chores as streamlined and painless as possible! Next coop cleaning is going to be SO much easier. There's still things to fix in the coop to make it better, but this is a very good start.
Just farm work!
The snow melted enough that today I was finally able to clean out the (absolutely disgusting) chicken coop! AND I finally ripped out the torn-up chicken wire the previous people had put down on the floor of it, along with all the random pieces of wood that were screwed down that were supposed to keep the chicken wire in place. Not totally sure why they did that, because the building already has a wood floor and chicken wire isn't really that useful for keeping predators out.
We’ve been getting Beetle used to her collar and harness by putting them on her and giving her lots of treats, so this morning while she was impatiently waiting for it to be breakfast time she found her collar and harness on the table and started chewing on them and knocking them to the floor while looking at me. Like “please put the magic clothes on me that make the food happen”
She’s very smart and motivated entirely by food.
new things! in shop! finally!!! click if you like nonbinary babes and uh. chickens
I made AND ate my first pecan pie yesterday (yeah, I really never had it before somehow). It's really good! I always thought based on how it looked that it would be really dense and kind of dry, but it's actually really squishy. Like oozy caramel filling with pecans in it. I guess probably everyone already knew this except for me, but I experienced a galaxy brain revelation, haha
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