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Coffee Klatch

 
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Hi Nines and SO!!

Hope you are doing well! Just popping in to say hi!

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Hi Mama!
"Well-behaved women seldom make history." 有aurel Thatcher Ulrich

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Hi Nines and SO!!

Hope you are doing well! Just popping in to say hi!

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Hi Mama!
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HI SO!
hf
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I found something really cool at the grocery outlet store yesterday, it's a ground pork sausage with wine and provolone cheese. It made the best meatloaf!
"Well-behaved women seldom make history." 有aurel Thatcher Ulrich

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Hi Nines and SO!!

Hope you are doing well! Just popping in to say hi!

grouphug
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Hi Mama!
 Quoting: Southern OR


HI SO!
hf
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Are you having storms?
"Well-behaved women seldom make history." 有aurel Thatcher Ulrich

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Oh man does that sound sooo good!
That would make a good meatloaf!

Making me hungry!!! LOL
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They just got out of here! Several tornado warnings....some areas out of power and some strong wind gust with a little damage here and there around town!
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They just got out of here! Several tornado warnings....some areas out of power and some strong wind gust with a little damage here and there around town!
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Daughter said they had a pretty good thunderstorm this morning. The walls were shaking and the dog got so scared she peed herself.
"Well-behaved women seldom make history." 有aurel Thatcher Ulrich

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Hi Nines and SO!!

Hope you are doing well! Just popping in to say hi!

grouphug
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Hi Mama! Hope you are doing well too. I think of you so often. hugs
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Hi Nines and SO!!

Hope you are doing well! Just popping in to say hi!

grouphug
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Hi Mama! Hope you are doing well too. I think of you so often. hugs
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And vice versa! May not get to chat much, but always thinking of you!!!
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They just got out of here! Several tornado warnings....some areas out of power and some strong wind gust with a little damage here and there around town!
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Daughter said they had a pretty good thunderstorm this morning. The walls were shaking and the dog got so scared she peed herself.
 Quoting: Southern OR


Poor baby! They got the good ones this morning. We did not! I love thunderstorms too!
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They just got out of here! Several tornado warnings....some areas out of power and some strong wind gust with a little damage here and there around town!
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


Daughter said they had a pretty good thunderstorm this morning. The walls were shaking and the dog got so scared she peed herself.
 Quoting: Southern OR


Poor baby! They got the good ones this morning. We did not! I love thunderstorms too!
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


We haven't had a really big thunderstorm for the last couple of years, they have been pretty mild. Not a bad thing since they usually come in the dry summer season and start fires in the hills.
"Well-behaved women seldom make history." 有aurel Thatcher Ulrich

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Poop, the kids have homework and need the computer. Guess homework trumps GLP time! Have a good night.
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I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Poop, the kids have homework and need the computer. Guess homework trumps GLP time! Have a good night.
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You too SO! We'll catch up again soon!

hf
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you are very lucky! Raspberries are my fav
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I sadly don't have the patch to work with anymore right now, but it's in the family--raspberries are really good, and freeze well...just don't wash first, if you'd like 'em to stay whole when they defrost! My aunt learned that from experience. hf
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Sorry I missed everyone. question for someone on the raspberries. Do you cut them back? I have a bunch of new growth at the dirt level but the branches from last yr just look dead, no growth, they are not dead but not getting leaves. Are you supposed to chop them back and when?
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I don't cut back anything living. I do remove some "suckers" or offshoots that pop up in an area I don't want them. Each year, I remove the dead canes , the ones that bore the previous year. A living cane isn't going to snap if you bend it. The dead ones pull or bend right out.

This is a good article that explains it better than I could.

[link to gardening.about.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


I have been thinking about adding raspberries and blueberries to our garden. I think raspberries would be pretty easy, blackberries grow like invasive weeds here. I tried blueberries a few years ago, but they only made it 2 years and died. I don't think they were well enough established to take our hard freeze in the winter.
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Great info, Nine's!

I tried to grow blueberries in the past, only did well in zone6b, when I had sandy soil that was on the acid side. They supposedly need a rather acid soil, I never managed to get them grow well in anything remotely alkaline or balanced, even when trying to amend the soil with flowers of sulfur.

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Hey guys! I was looking for something else and found this site. For the heck of it, I clicked on the flavored sugar page and thought y'all might like it.

[link to tipnut.com]

I've made vanilla sugar before, but didn't know how to make orange or lemon sugar. Don't know about lavender sugar. I've got old recipes that use sugared violets, but not lavender.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Hey guys! I was looking for something else and found this site. For the heck of it, I clicked on the flavored sugar page and thought y'all might like it.

[link to tipnut.com]

I've made vanilla sugar before, but didn't know how to make orange or lemon sugar. Don't know about lavender sugar. I've got old recipes that use sugared violets, but not lavender.
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I think I may try that out, thanks Texan! thumbs
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Hey guys! I was looking for something else and found this site. For the heck of it, I clicked on the flavored sugar page and thought y'all might like it.

[link to tipnut.com]

I've made vanilla sugar before, but didn't know how to make orange or lemon sugar. Don't know about lavender sugar. I've got old recipes that use sugared violets, but not lavender.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I think I may try that out, thanks Texan! thumbs
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Hi. Lily! It looks like a good site for a lot of things. I was clicking away! I started out looking for a QUICK way to soften my brown sugar. Found that, I just forgot!LOL

Flav, there are alot of recipes for scrubs and all things like that, too. Might be something good.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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thanks TB I will look at it later. Gotta go to my daughters presentation about my gaia naturals. Its part of her final for her business degree is to go into a business see its problems and determine a solution. To bad they don't have to also execute it, that would make my day
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Sorry I missed everyone. question for someone on the raspberries. Do you cut them back? I have a bunch of new growth at the dirt level but the branches from last yr just look dead, no growth, they are not dead but not getting leaves. Are you supposed to chop them back and when?
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I don't cut back anything living. I do remove some "suckers" or offshoots that pop up in an area I don't want them. Each year, I remove the dead canes , the ones that bore the previous year. A living cane isn't going to snap if you bend it. The dead ones pull or bend right out.

This is a good article that explains it better than I could.

[link to gardening.about.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


I have been thinking about adding raspberries and blueberries to our garden. I think raspberries would be pretty easy, blackberries grow like invasive weeds here. I tried blueberries a few years ago, but they only made it 2 years and died. I don't think they were well enough established to take our hard freeze in the winter.
 Quoting: Southern OR


Great info, Nine's!

I tried to grow blueberries in the past, only did well in zone6b, when I had sandy soil that was on the acid side. They supposedly need a rather acid soil, I never managed to get them grow well in anything remotely alkaline or balanced, even when trying to amend the soil with flowers of sulfur.

sigh
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily

Thanks Lily. I've read that it takes up to six months for the sulphur to be in the soil enough to make a difference, and adding peat moss, and compost helps. I noticed at the place I pick, that each tree is raised a little above the area around it, like in a hill of it's own.
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I don't cut back anything living. I do remove some "suckers" or offshoots that pop up in an area I don't want them. Each year, I remove the dead canes , the ones that bore the previous year. A living cane isn't going to snap if you bend it. The dead ones pull or bend right out.

This is a good article that explains it better than I could.

[link to gardening.about.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


I have been thinking about adding raspberries and blueberries to our garden. I think raspberries would be pretty easy, blackberries grow like invasive weeds here. I tried blueberries a few years ago, but they only made it 2 years and died. I don't think they were well enough established to take our hard freeze in the winter.
 Quoting: Southern OR


Great info, Nine's!

I tried to grow blueberries in the past, only did well in zone6b, when I had sandy soil that was on the acid side. They supposedly need a rather acid soil, I never managed to get them grow well in anything remotely alkaline or balanced, even when trying to amend the soil with flowers of sulfur.

sigh
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily

Thanks Lily. I've read that it takes up to six months for the sulphur to be in the soil enough to make a difference, and adding peat moss, and compost helps. I noticed at the place I pick, that each tree is raised a little above the area around it, like in a hill of it's own.
 Quoting: Nine's


Thanks, Nine's! grinning Sounds like a good idea, of course I didn't prepare the bed ahead of time! 1doh1 I will take your advice next time, if I'm going to work with the acid-loving plants, will try to give a bed a year to get settled before I plant, thanks! thumbs
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I have been thinking about adding raspberries and blueberries to our garden. I think raspberries would be pretty easy, blackberries grow like invasive weeds here. I tried blueberries a few years ago, but they only made it 2 years and died. I don't think they were well enough established to take our hard freeze in the winter.
 Quoting: Southern OR


Great info, Nine's!

I tried to grow blueberries in the past, only did well in zone6b, when I had sandy soil that was on the acid side. They supposedly need a rather acid soil, I never managed to get them grow well in anything remotely alkaline or balanced, even when trying to amend the soil with flowers of sulfur.

sigh
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily

Thanks Lily. I've read that it takes up to six months for the sulphur to be in the soil enough to make a difference, and adding peat moss, and compost helps. I noticed at the place I pick, that each tree is raised a little above the area around it, like in a hill of it's own.
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Thanks, Nine's! grinning Sounds like a good idea, of course I didn't prepare the bed ahead of time! 1doh1 I will take your advice next time, if I'm going to work with the acid-loving plants, will try to give a bed a year to get settled before I plant, thanks! thumbs
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You're welcome Lily, but do your own research first. I'd hate for you to do a lot of work on something I said and have it be wrong or not work out. u2efine
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Great info, Nine's!

I tried to grow blueberries in the past, only did well in zone6b, when I had sandy soil that was on the acid side. They supposedly need a rather acid soil, I never managed to get them grow well in anything remotely alkaline or balanced, even when trying to amend the soil with flowers of sulfur.

sigh
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily

Thanks Lily. I've read that it takes up to six months for the sulphur to be in the soil enough to make a difference, and adding peat moss, and compost helps. I noticed at the place I pick, that each tree is raised a little above the area around it, like in a hill of it's own.
 Quoting: Nine's


Thanks, Nine's! grinning Sounds like a good idea, of course I didn't prepare the bed ahead of time! 1doh1 I will take your advice next time, if I'm going to work with the acid-loving plants, will try to give a bed a year to get settled before I plant, thanks! thumbs
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You're welcome Lily, but do your own research first. I'd hate for you to do a lot of work on something I said and have it be wrong or not work out. u2efine
 Quoting: Nine's


Will do! I'm sure it will work out fine though, sounds like good advice to me. Would help the sulfur get distributed and not burn any roots, etc. Common sense I think, sometimes I'm lacking in that department! hugs
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Thanks Lily. I've read that it takes up to six months for the sulphur to be in the soil enough to make a difference, and adding peat moss, and compost helps. I noticed at the place I pick, that each tree is raised a little above the area around it, like in a hill of it's own.
 Quoting: Nine's


Thanks, Nine's! grinning Sounds like a good idea, of course I didn't prepare the bed ahead of time! 1doh1 I will take your advice next time, if I'm going to work with the acid-loving plants, will try to give a bed a year to get settled before I plant, thanks! thumbs
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You're welcome Lily, but do your own research first. I'd hate for you to do a lot of work on something I said and have it be wrong or not work out. u2efine
 Quoting: Nine's


Will do! I'm sure it will work out fine though, sounds like good advice to me. Would help the sulfur get distributed and not burn any roots, etc. Common sense I think, sometimes I'm lacking in that department! hugs
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily


No, you're never lacking. Don't believe that for a minute.
Common sense, wisdom, and kindness. You gottem all sweetie!
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Thanks, Nine's! grinning Sounds like a good idea, of course I didn't prepare the bed ahead of time! 1doh1 I will take your advice next time, if I'm going to work with the acid-loving plants, will try to give a bed a year to get settled before I plant, thanks! thumbs
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily


You're welcome Lily, but do your own research first. I'd hate for you to do a lot of work on something I said and have it be wrong or not work out. u2efine
 Quoting: Nine's


Will do! I'm sure it will work out fine though, sounds like good advice to me. Would help the sulfur get distributed and not burn any roots, etc. Common sense I think, sometimes I'm lacking in that department! hugs
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily


No, you're never lacking. Don't believe that for a minute.
Common sense, wisdom, and kindness. You gottem all sweetie!
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Aww, thank you! You as well, Nine's! hugs
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TB, wanted to let you know that there's flooding. I'm sure your parent's already know, but just in case. Findlay is a mess. Lots of roads closed and they're handing out sandbags in some areas. Schools are delayed all around.

The Portage River at Woodville is above flood stage, but the Blanchard is supposed to crest around noon I believe, so the Portage should crest and fall shortly after that. Findlay is the worst, so I'm sure they're ok at this point, but wanted to let you know. If they need anything, text me.

Ducks are happy. Very happy.
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TB, wanted to let you know that there's flooding. I'm sure your parent's already know, but just in case. Findlay is a mess. Lots of roads closed and they're handing out sandbags in some areas. Schools are delayed all around.

The Portage River at Woodville is above flood stage, but the Blanchard is supposed to crest around noon I believe, so the Portage should crest and fall shortly after that. Findlay is the worst, so I'm sure they're ok at this point, but wanted to let you know. If they need anything, text me.

Ducks are happy. Very happy.
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Hey! Thanks, I didn't know. Just woke up for awhile and haven't checked the Blade yet. I figured it would happen soon. Too much rain...again. There's a couple of pretty good dips on 105 outside of Woodville that always flood. I'll call them later today.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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TB, wanted to let you know that there's flooding. I'm sure your parent's already know, but just in case. Findlay is a mess. Lots of roads closed and they're handing out sandbags in some areas. Schools are delayed all around.

The Portage River at Woodville is above flood stage, but the Blanchard is supposed to crest around noon I believe, so the Portage should crest and fall shortly after that. Findlay is the worst, so I'm sure they're ok at this point, but wanted to let you know. If they need anything, text me.

Ducks are happy. Very happy.
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Hey! Thanks, I didn't know. Just woke up for awhile and haven't checked the Blade yet. I figured it would happen soon. Too much rain...again. There's a couple of pretty good dips on 105 outside of Woodville that always flood. I'll call them later today.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


You're welcome. Don't want to worry you but knew you'd want to know. Things are ok so far though. The Blade doesn't have much on it yet, except school closings, as far as I know, but the news stations are on it. Here's some on it.
[link to www.13abc.com]
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TB, wanted to let you know that there's flooding. I'm sure your parent's already know, but just in case. Findlay is a mess. Lots of roads closed and they're handing out sandbags in some areas. Schools are delayed all around.

The Portage River at Woodville is above flood stage, but the Blanchard is supposed to crest around noon I believe, so the Portage should crest and fall shortly after that. Findlay is the worst, so I'm sure they're ok at this point, but wanted to let you know. If they need anything, text me.

Ducks are happy. Very happy.
 Quoting: Nine's


Hey! Thanks, I didn't know. Just woke up for awhile and haven't checked the Blade yet. I figured it would happen soon. Too much rain...again. There's a couple of pretty good dips on 105 outside of Woodville that always flood. I'll call them later today.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


You're welcome. Don't want to worry you but knew you'd want to know. Things are ok so far though. The Blade doesn't have much on it yet, except school closings, as far as I know, but the news stations are on it. Here's some on it.
[link to www.13abc.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


Thanks. Bookmarked the link this time. I forget to search the tv stations sometimes. Now the Blade and the NewsHerald are limiting the amount of articles I can read without a subscription.

Poor Findlay. They always float, don't they? I guess this is just the price of living in the old Black Swamp! Awesome dirt, though!LOL

I'm sure the folks are ok, except the yard and the field behind them are probably flooded. Packer Creek is in town, far enough away from them. Big Bro, on the other hand is a couple of houses away from it AND has a basement.
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TB, wanted to let you know that there's flooding. I'm sure your parent's already know, but just in case. Findlay is a mess. Lots of roads closed and they're handing out sandbags in some areas. Schools are delayed all around.

The Portage River at Woodville is above flood stage, but the Blanchard is supposed to crest around noon I believe, so the Portage should crest and fall shortly after that. Findlay is the worst, so I'm sure they're ok at this point, but wanted to let you know. If they need anything, text me.

Ducks are happy. Very happy.
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Hey! Thanks, I didn't know. Just woke up for awhile and haven't checked the Blade yet. I figured it would happen soon. Too much rain...again. There's a couple of pretty good dips on 105 outside of Woodville that always flood. I'll call them later today.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


You're welcome. Don't want to worry you but knew you'd want to know. Things are ok so far though. The Blade doesn't have much on it yet, except school closings, as far as I know, but the news stations are on it. Here's some on it.
[link to www.13abc.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


Thanks. Bookmarked the link this time. I forget to search the tv stations sometimes. Now the Blade and the NewsHerald are limiting the amount of articles I can read without a subscription.

Poor Findlay. They always float, don't they? I guess this is just the price of living in the old Black Swamp! Awesome dirt, though!LOL

I'm sure the folks are ok, except the yard and the field behind them are probably flooded. Packer Creek is in town, far enough away from them. Big Bro, on the other hand is a couple of houses away from it AND has a basement.
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Ugh. Poor bro. Hope he's got a good sump pump. Yeah, Findlay always gets it. Thought they'd done some clearing and had things a little better, but here they are again. It's creeping into the pasture in a couple places but not too bad yet.

Here's the 11 and 24 news links too. Sometimes one station is better than the others at covering things. Weather.com has the flood levels too, and where things are at, on their warnings.

[link to www.toledonewsnow.com]

[link to www.northwestohio.com]

Better get busy now. Day has hardly begun and I'm tired. LOL. Have a great day!

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