Tiny Sequoias, Pond Cleaning, and a New Afghan Project

Posted by mrssmythe on April 25, 2017 in Chickens, Crafting, Critters, Garden, Seasons, Week in Review |

CPT A brought his sequoias home from the office this past week. He has two now (from an original batch of eight) that he’s nurtured from seed. They’re two years old, and it was time for them to be repotted…a nerve-wracking procedure as CPT A has grown rather fond to them. But, here we are, two days later, and […]

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In the Garden

Posted by mrssmythe on June 9, 2014 in Critters, Garden, On the Home Front |

Can you find the frog in this photo? Elsewhere in the yard… The wild yarrow is in bloom. It’s such a useful herb – though I don’t do anything with it other than look at it. From what I’ve read, it’s edible, healthful, antiseptic, and can even be used to staunch bloodflow. Which means CPT America could […]

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