I think I might have made a mistake buying climbing beans --didn't know I was -- and they need to go into the garden soon or they are going to get sad -- and I am at LEAST ten days from being able to put them out there, maybe two weeks. My tomatoes are also … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Beans and Lettuce – Mother’s Day Wishes
Relief. I have figured out my gastritis issues. I have had allergies all my life. I have Hashimoto's disease which is where your body attacks its own thyroid gland. I've been suspected of having an auto-immune problem that attacks the liver, though since I was on the carnivore diet I felt great. So I just … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Auto-immune issues and Melatonin
https://www.amazon.com/Seasonal-Roads-Made-Michigan-Writers-ebook/dp/B01BIK59K6/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=L+E+Kimball+Seasonal+Roads&qid=1588966728&sr=8-1 The wigwam was like this: The stove was in the corner of the shack-like dwelling, and when fully stoked, burned too hot on certain days, and forced them to leave the door open for air; conversely, it would die down in the middle of the night turning them to huddled, frozen chunks of flesh … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Deadfall part 3
Mother's Day flowers early from my daughter, son-in-law and grandson John Michael. So lovely!!
https://www.amazon.com/Seasonal-Roads-Made-Michigan-Writers-ebook/dp/B01BIK59K6/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=L+E+Kimball+Seasonal+Roads&qid=1588876809&sr=8-1 Part 2: It was none of the obvious things: The fact that he wore one set of clothing when he went to work at Newberry Mental Hospital (Upper Peninsula Asylum for the Insane), came home in other clothing claiming he’d had to change in order to run the trap line; the fact that his … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Deadfall – cont.
Dead-fall She woke, tried to roll over, but her arm was trapped beneath his massive body. He smelled of sweet grass and sex. Her arm was long past prickly; a dead weight attached to her shoulder. Was it part of her body or his? She tugged, heaved backward with no luck. Rather than wake him, … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Deadfall
We needed about four years more to be right where we wanted to be, paying off our camp/home in the Upper Peninsula. This has changed the plans. My husband is 68, has heart problems, is Type A (and had a flu shot -- some say that makes people more vulnerable). If he were to go … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Retirement?
One of the bloggers I follow posted the word this morning--great word. I was going to just repost her post but realized I wanted to say a lot more. I have mostly English/Irish/German/French in me but I also have some Finnish ancestry according to my 23 and Me. I was an adjunct professor at Northern … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – SISU
New deck stain. Getting a few white spots in it. But it's done. Tomorrow front porch deck needs painting -- blackish brown. I ordered a navy/purple bright set of new cushions and umbrella, and a nice seating box that stores cushions. And a new summer wreath for front of the house. Now I need my … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Deck Work
This is how the deck looked last year after we stained it -- we just brightened it and will stain it again this year. Today. My husband built this deck -- I designed the pattern (well, I found ideas I wanted online and he adapted it--we did good.) That's Dad and a neighbor out there. … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – deck work