Friday, March 21, 2014

Free Prom Dresses, Kansas City area

I was asked to share this......

Woods Chapel United Methodist Church 10th Annual FREE Prom Boutique! 4725 NE Lakewood Way Lee's Summit Mo 64064
Over 3,000 dresses sizes 0-28 Free to ALL teen girls. Free Alterations will be available.


Tues Mar 25 3pm-7pm

Wed Mar 26 3p,-7pm

Thur Mar 27 3p,-7pm

Fri Mar 28 3p-7pm

Sat Mar 29 9am-2pm

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Gooseneck camper for sale

1993 Dutchwind.  Queen bedroom up front, and sofa and dinette also open to sleep additional persons.  When the slide out is open, there is enough floor space for a couple cots or air beds.  Slide out needs some work, as does the refrigerator.  No leaks, smoke free, and pet free.  Asking $6000 but will entertain offers.  Located in NW Missouri.  We have decided that we would rather go back to a bumper hitch.  With our family, we like to take our bikes, electric scooter, grill,  and such, and we could do that with a bumper hitch, but not with a gooseneck.  That being said, we would also entertain trading it for a bumper hitch if it had the right inside layout.

Hugs, Melinda: Come gather at my table (and a giveaway)

Here is a giveaway for you......

Hugs, Melinda: Come gather at my table (and a giveaway): It has often been said that the kitchen is the heart of the home.  I know that is true in my house.  I love my kitchen, with it's bright...

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Recycled Gardening

Check out this site (Lessons in Farming) about re-growing lettuce.  Yes, it works, I have done it.

My garlic,and celery is also regrown from year to year.  No GMO for me.

You can also do this with onions, pineapple, ginger, potatoes, carrots and more.

My garlic is wanting outdoors, but it is still too cold.  In fact, it was snowing this morning.  But I am so ready to get my raised beds started.  I still don't have them prepped, as I am still recovering from my surgery (now at 6 weeks) and fighting a low hemoglobin.  But, the last 2 days I feel like it has gone up some,  I have more energy, and am napping less.  For the last 2 weeks,  I have been eating a lot of green leafy vegetables, and have doubled up on my iron.  I think it is finally paying off.  The doctor told me I would not see it go all the way back up for probably 6 months, so I still have 4 months to go of taking the higher iron and B12 doses.  But, as soon as it gets to what he feels is a good number, he will release me back to normal activities.

So, hopefully one day this week I can get my beds topped with rabbit manure and add another layer of black soil.    I already have my dirt (bought last fall at 70% off), the bags have been sitting by the beds all winter long, just waiting to be added this spring.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014