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Old 11/07/14, 06:51 PM
 
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Billie, I'm so sorry. I've been waiting to see what the report said. Stay positive, and know that treatments are good now compared to just a few years ago. You will beat this!! You will. We are here for you, gal. Hang in there. Sending you huge hugs.
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Old 11/07/14, 08:08 PM
 
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Ill be praying for you Billie. Sorry for the bad news.
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Old 11/07/14, 09:32 PM
 
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Billie, more prayers, positive vibes and pixie dust from me to you - There are so many new treatments, including immunotherapy drugs that have very few side effects. Pulling for ya.
GMB, if you keep this up, you're going to turn into "the crazy cat lady", lol. I'm going to try some of the yoga stretches and see if I can get my back feeling better. I think a big part of my problem is I'm out of shape, overweight, and don't have strong abdominals. I'm working on the weight, and need to be working on conditioning. It's on my to-do list this month.

I got to sleep a little earlier last night (3am is actually an improvement) and woke up before my alarm went off at 10am. It was so bright outside last night with the full moon - I just stood out there and enjoyed the view. It was sunny all day today, too, but I still didn't get any wood cut. I had to deal with food instead. When I went to peel the apples last night, I found they had absorbed water and turned mushy. Never seen that happen before - must have been because they were getting older and shriveling a bit. I ended up microwaving both big Pyrex bowls of drained apples for 20 minutes each and letting them cool overnight. Ran them through the ricer and canned 4 pints of plain and 2 pints of cinnamon applesauce. They all sealed, and I'll set 2 jars aside for fair entries next summer.

I didn't get to the salmon last night, so I REALLY needed to divvy it up today. I now have 8 portions (1-2 servings each) in baggies, freezing. Plan is to use Foodsaver bags on them after they freeze. Made salmon salad sandwiches for supper, and the bones, skin, etc are in the stockpot with rice, cooking up for the critters. I'll can that as soon as the rice is done.

The tomatoes tasted bitter, even after adding some sugar, so I figured it wouldn't hurt to try adding baking soda - if it didn't work, I'd feed the chickens, which I was going to do if it was bitter anyway. I loved watching it foam like crazy, but the best part was tasting it afterward and finding the bitterness gone. I added herbs to it and cooked it a while, and I'll be darned if it didn't taste like pizza sauce when I finished! Wasn't what I meant to make, but I see homemade pizza in our future, lol. I put a couple of pints and a half pint in the freezer, and have another half pint in the fridge for pizza night.

As long as I was hanging close to the kitchen, I filled bobbins and did my mending. I finished mending all the reusable shopping bags and now have enough bags to put in both vehicles, so no matter what I drive to town, I should arrive at the grocery store with shopping bags. I even turned my jasmine rice sack into a shopping tote. I didn't make the straps for it because it had built in handles, but at least I had the chance to try making the seams in the bottom - easy-peasy. Abby brought me in several layer feed bags so I can experiment with them. My mending pile is totally finished. Oh, and I figured out clear packing tape works to fix and reinforce the cheap Dollar Tree insulated bags. First time we used them, the handles ripped right off the bags. I tested them after I fixed them and they will hold 2 gallons of water (16 lbs) without a problem.

Did dishes and mopped the kitchen while I was working on food processing, made a yarn dispenser from an ice cream bucket and wound yarn to put in it, swept the living room and just generally straightened up the house even more. Washed doors and walls in a few places. It was one of those days that I just kept finding one more thing, and then one more thing, all day long. Before I knew it, I was out of daylight.

I didn't get to the chicken yet - might do it tonight if I'm not too tired. Right now I'm pretty tuckered out, but I know I have a canning session ahead of me again for the dog/cat food. If I pick the meat and broth off the chicken carcasses, I can add the bones and skin to the critter food pot. Think I'll make either a chicken pot pie, chicken soup, or chicken and stuffing out of the meat and broth tomorrow night. I'm really trying hard to make good use of the leftovers and not waste food.
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Old 11/08/14, 07:58 AM
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Billie in Mo, Sending magic Dust and Prayers!! Woke up Thursday around noon. The wife was wanting to get tickets to a show for kids, at the casino. I told her, we could go get them today, since I don't like messing with saws and such after working nights. So, we went to the casino. Bought he tickets and ate at the buffet. Won and lost money. Got back home before 10 that night. Friday, I worked all day on the crib. If it wasn't for waiting for glue to dry, I would have finished the crib. Hopefully, one more day on it will do. I am at work, day shift this weekend and Monday. I have got a ton of projects to do and also some wood to split.
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Old 11/08/14, 11:45 AM
 
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Billie - Healing prayers for you!!!!!!
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I took off at noon yesterday, had lunch with DD and then we headed to the Outlet Mall to get her a good pair of sneakers with arch supports. They were expensive, but she found a pair that fit her and had the supports she needed - finally, yay!!
We went over to the Children's Place store and I bought the girls each a gown and a pair of PJs for the oldest. They have great discount prices - I paid $34 for all 3. DD found a couple of cute necklace/bracelet combos for the girls, one was marked down to 99 cents!
Went over to the Disney store, next door, and bought the youngest a cute pair of Minnie Mouse PJs - on sale there too, I think it was $14 for those. We found a really cute Minnie Mouse tea-cart /w dishes & tea-set for $30. All of this is Christmas for the girls. I don't do Black Friday, so we got some good deals and no crowds!!

We took them all to the Library for DVDs, movies and books, then back to DD's. I took the oldest to her school Fall carnival. We had a great time and the teachers, assistants & PTA volunteers did a great job.
Went back to DDs and picked the other two up, so they could all spend the night with us.
Today we're enjoying a leisure day around the house and feeding the critters. They love that.

Well, time to take the girls and the dogs for a walk. They are itching to be outside for awhile.

Everyone have a wonderful Saturday!!!
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Old 11/08/14, 08:01 PM
 
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Hi, all.

I stayed up late last night, canning. Why didn't I get out another canner so I could finish in half the time? What good does it do to have a canner collection if I don't use it! I ended up picking the meat off the chicken carcasses and straining off the broth (3 quarts of lovely, yummy chicken broth), then added the bones and bits to the fish and rice. Canned 9 quarts of dog/cat food, but one lid didn't seal, so Muttley will be happy tonight. I used recycled lids, so I'm happy that 8 of 9 sealed. I don't like to waste new lids on non-human food.

I was planning to hit the woods this morning, but my back had other plans. I tweaked it again pouring whole corn into buckets, and running a chainsaw isn't a great idea when I'm already in pain. At least the last of the bulk foods is stored away, just in time to make another shopping run on Monday. I'm hoping to get more free buckets from WM and might even cave and pay for buckets at the other WM in town. Why one gives them away and the other charges $1 a bucket is beyond me. I also want to get a big roll of aluminum foil at Cash & Carry and check their sales, and plan to buy more gamma lids at Winco while I'm checking turkey prices there. I have a page long shopping and errand list - hope my body holds out long enough to finish it!

Since I'm not working outside again today, I'm practicing my crochet stitches again. I'm still not quite ready to tackle a baby blanket, but I'm getting there! My house looks pretty good, even if it does still smell slightly of fish from the canning session. There's a fire in the woodstove, and we're having chicken, gravy and stuffing casserole for supper tonight.
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Old 11/08/14, 09:35 PM
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Evening folks.How has everyone been? Been awhile since I have checked in. A lot has happened around here. Everyone has moved out. so its just Nick and Rob here. 2 weeks ago I sold all my goats and rabbits. Rob has bought 10 more piglets, I still have my chickens and he has the 2 horses. The horses were gone all summer and came home a month ago in terrible shape, so now its a chore to get weight back on. Very sad about having to sell the goats. broke my heart. But since Rob bought 10 more piglets I lost my goat barn to pigs and I refuse to have them in a make shift shelter again this year. But anyways. been setting up my craft room and been making a lot of cakes. Sometimes its the same old stuff just a different day. Glad haying is over, the garden is done. Still have a some things to can. but did over 700 jars this year. Made a bet with Rob that I would not buy one piece of meat or anything canned from the store all winter. Only fresh fruits and vegetables if I have to . I can do it,, can he.LOL...Well nice visiting with ya all night
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Old 11/08/14, 10:05 PM
 
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Did the funeral dinner today for the 28 year old who died this week.Family found out he had a blood clod in each lung.How sad! His very old grandma kept saying I don't understand it ,he didn't drink or smoke and was never sick! I think that would be the hardest thing to bury your child or grandchild.
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Old 11/09/14, 10:30 AM
 
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MGM - It doesn't take much to mess a back up does it?! I strain my back often and it usually has to do with handling a heavy load - mostly feed!

Oma - That is so sad. I don't even want to imagine that kind of loss. I'm so sorry for that family.

SFG - 700 jars canned?!!!! Wow!

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I took the kids home late afternoon, yesterday. We had a good time. I stopped at Sonic and treated them to drinks and snacks. This one has a playground, so I let the girls play for about 45 minutes.
Got to DD's house around 4:30 and she put them in the bath. They were going to a friend's birthday party last night.

I went by Harbor Freight on the way home. I needed a new tarp to add to the covering over our well house and some more plastic sheeting for the outside foundation. I'm adding extra weathering to everything. We are due for an arctic plunge come Tuesday, so today I will be busy getting everything ready for that.

I went into the GW store next door to HF and found a pair of Winter boots for the oldest DGD that I'm hoping will suffice for snow boots - she's outgrown her last ones.
I browsed a little longer and found a few more things. Ended up spending $18 there. I found a pretty shadow box picture with a purple butterfly for the girls room. A very pretty dresser dish with a Victorian scene on it - the back says Royal Bavaria. I plan to look it up and see if it's an antique. It will look very pretty on my antique dresser! And a few videos I will watch and then give to DD. She's into Bible history and these are videos about Jerusalem.
I know there was more stuff - I need to unload my treasures today.
Since my rule is - "When stuff comes in, more has to go out" - I'll be working on another box of donations today too.

Well, I best get busy. I need more coffee and there's lots to do today.
Have a great Sunday, all!!!
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Old 11/09/14, 07:51 PM
 
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Spent the weekend with my mother. About bit my tongue off I was biting it so hard so as not to fight with her. I lost it last night when she was busy directing GFB where to drive and directed him onto the wrong side of a divided highway and then kept insisting she was in the right. I even asked her if she would step up to the plate and volunteer that she had insisted he drive in there if we had gotten pulled over by LEO and she said of course not, she had done nothing wrong... Drove by the lake house and dropped off the kitties. GFB has work in Central FL tomorrow and I think he had planned for us to stay at the lake house, but I have a dr apt either tomorrow or the next day-I called the office 4 times on Friday, getting put on hold and being cut off- so I left a message on their voicemail asking them to call me back with the date and time as I had the appointment vanish off my cellphone calendar and I needed to know when to come back to town. (I put in in, I remembered standing there at the office typing it in while they kept telling me I could leave now) I checked October and December, 2014 as well, nd also November 2015. Its a most important appointment as I have chronic pain and the changes in prescribing Vicoden are going to impact me bigtime. I have a delicate balancing act going with the Elavil, Naprosyn or aspirin, vicoden, capsaicin patches and TENS- and travel, stress, and gardening all worsen my pain. Anyway, they never called me back. I told my mother we had to leave by 9 or 10 am so we'de be back in the city on a timely basis, so we wouldn't be exhausted tomorrow. She called me into her bedroom at 9 am saying she had something very important to talk tome about..it turned out to be more criticism of DS's wife, (she gets depressed when he's deployed. Believe me, I understand that!) my brother's wife, my daughter and her husband, and me. I finally told her - in the middle of a diatribe- that we really had to go now and walked out to join GFB in the living room to corral the cats. She had managed to waste 2 1/2 hours! We didn't get back to the city till 5:30, and I discovered that I had left my purse at the lake with the cats. This impacts my doctor appointment- as they require to eyeball your insurance card on every visit. Guess yu can tell by the emoticons what kind of a day I've had!!
On the bright side, my crosnes (Chinese artichokes) arrived at the lake and I'll be planting them this week. Hey, we really need an emoticon showing plowing and planting- or at the least, shoveling manure into a cesspool!!Wish me luck with getting in to see the doc with GFB's insurance card !!
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Old 11/09/14, 08:53 PM
 
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GMB, glad you survived the difficult visit with your Mom. I admire you for having the strength to deal with her. You know you can't change or 'fix' her, you have to learn (and you seem to have done that) how do deal with it and move on.

Sounds like time to make a copy of both your and GFB's insurance cards and leave one in each vehicle! Seems like they would just take your word for it, but my Mom has to show her Blue Cross card at each visit. Even tho they have copies in the chart or now on the computerized chart. Makes no sense to her either, and I can't explain it to her as it doesn't make sense. It certainly doesn't PROVE you still have that insurance, just because you have the card in hand. SIGH.

DH woke up today with a back ache which quickly progressed to full body aches, a fever, and upset stomach. He's the one who hasn't gotten his flu shot yet, as he's waiting on the fire department to get the vaccine in. Our son came and helped me with a lot of outside chores today, so DH can just rest.

I've been canning meat, getting the chicken house winterized for the upcoming cold, and just enjoying the nice temperatures for now! Hope all are well.

SFG, Good to hear from you! I know how hard it is to sell your goats. Glad your family is back on track with just the three of you, and maybe it will be easier for you. Hang in there, and thanks for checking in! We miss you!!
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Old 11/10/14, 08:53 AM
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It Monday, I'm at work, but it is Friday for me. Tomorrow I hope to be in the shop finishing the crib. I also need to check the tractor radiator for antifreeze level, drain water from the RV, and stack wood for the wood stove. I will be back Thur night.
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Old 11/10/14, 11:07 AM
 
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I'm exhausted today!
I worked all afternoon yesterday winterizing the west & south sides of the house, then took the large tarp I bought and covered the well house, securing it with bungee cords. I layered it on top of the tarps already in place - the one on the north side was not in good shape, so this will add a layer of Winter protection. At first I was fighting the south wind, then decided to work smarter instead of harder and let the wind help me!
Yes, I can be slow on the uptake - LOL!

After I got all that done I went in and treated myself to a bottle of Smirnoff Ice Peach Bellini in a bottle.
I did manage to finish up my laundry, feed the critters, clean DGD's boots with saddle soap, cook dinner and clean the kitchen afterwards. At that point I was done in.

I slept pretty good, but got up tired this morning. I managed to get dressed, feed the critters and get the long-haired chihuahua, Penny, into the car, so I could take her to the groomers. About two miles from home I realized I had my farm sneakers on and had forgotten to change into my dress shoes. Oh well, they are black - not too bad, just a bit worn looking.
I didn't want to drive all the way back home and make myself late to work. Although, that didn't seem to matter much - I got caught in traffic anyway.
I gave up - it's MONDAY for certain!!
GMB - I am having a Monday like your Sunday. Bless your heart, I feel for you!!!!

DD is coming over to have lunch with me today, then we're going to activate her University account so she can get a Counseling appointment set up, in order to get enrolled for the Spring semester.

I'm glad work is slow this morning, I'm going to need a slow day to recuperate from yesterday.
I'll pick the dog up from the groomer this evening and head home to finish up some more chores that need to get done. The Polar plunge is due to hit us tonight, so I'm glad I got everything outside done yesterday.

Have a great day, everyone and bundle up if your in the way of the deep freeze coming our way!
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Old 11/10/14, 11:53 AM
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OUVickie, You got me SWEATING!!!
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Old 11/10/14, 06:13 PM
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Hey guys! Travis how you get all that done is astounding! I'm too wore out after working ten and twelve hour days to feel like doing squat. I started reading a book I got hold of so that takes time off the net, which is fine. The web has been kind of same old same old and I needed to disconnect.
We have beenw atching stuff on youtube about survival and knives and guns here lately. Been enjoying that. I started up a subscription to Netflix again and that has been pretty good. I have been watching doomsday preppers. Mostly ben shaking my head at these people. The smartest people are the ones who try to learn how to live off the land. Stocking up doesn't do that much good if you refuse to keep and bear arms!
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Whew, Vickie, I thought I did a lot today and yesterday, but you have me beat. Dh is still not feeling well, so I've been taking up the slack. Our son came from Denver and helped me get some of the outside preps done before the storm, then I finished up a lot of them today. It's currently 14 DEGREES with a stiff, cold wind outside. Feels like below zero. The worst part of it is the tumbleweeds have completely buried in the corrals, paths to and from the garage, and burried up the pickup. Our circle drive way is completely filled with tumbleweeds taller than me. It will be a royal pain clearing paths to the chickens and barn animals tomorrow to do chores. I'll just have to start somewhere and do what I can! Have I mentioned how much I hate wind? And tumbleweeds?
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Old 11/10/14, 08:54 PM
 
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Hi, all!

Jan, I've seen video of those tumbleweeds on the Weather Channel - I couldn't imagine trying to get through all of them in that kind of wind. Well wishes to your dh - hope he's feeling better soon.
sfg, it was good to hear from you. Drop in and visit more often - you are MISSED!
GMB, <sigh> I feel for you in dealing with your mother. I had a similar step-mother. ((((hugs))))
Vickie, you're been one busy lady! Tuckered me out to read your post, lol.

I had a busy day today, too. My Zaycon Foods chicken order came in first thing this morning, then we ran on into town to Cash & Carry for aluminum foil and several sizes of freezer bags, and on to WM. I found big winter squash marked down to $2 each and bought 6 of the biggest in the bin - probably 40# or more of "pumpkin" pie fixin's. I also stocked up on thread and bobbins and scored more buckets at the bakery there. Gassed up the car - gas went up since I was in town last. Then I picked up groceries including 97% lean ground beef for 3.88/lb at Winco, where I also bought gamma lids and regular bucket lids (not sure if the plain lids will work with the buckets I already have, though). Turkeys were still .88/lb, so I'm going to check closer to Thanksgiving and see if I can get a better price. Stopped at Dollar Tree for a few more things and went through the McD drive-thru for a sausage biscuit for breakfast on the way home.

Abby and I packaged up about 12# of ground beef in 1/3# packages and then opened up the chicken breasts from Zaycon. I'd heard they would be good sized, but I was absolutely amazed! Ended up with 39 breast halves from a 40# box, so a little over 1# apiece. We got it all in the freezer, but after it's frozen, I'll run it all through the Food Saver.

I dug up my Lemon Boy tomato plant today and brought it in the house - supposed to be near freezing tonight and in the 20's tomorrow night, so if I wanted it, I had to do it today.

Looked all over for hidden hen's nests, because I'm not getting any eggs in the official nestboxes, but didn't find any. I refuse to buy store eggs when I have a whole flock running around my yard!
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Old 11/11/14, 11:35 AM
 
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MGM, Travis & Jan - You all put me to shame with what you accomplish on a daily basis. LOL!
I read Jan's list after she butchered livestock and I can't even imagine doing all of that in one day. OMG!
I helped DH cut and package two deer one time several years back. I can't imagine all those goats and chickens. That's HARD work!!
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I was exhausted last night when I got home from work - still tired from Sunday. The wind makes chores harder!
I popped some popcorn and poured myself a beer - that was dinner. LOL!
DH worked yesterday and got home about 8:15 - he won't eat that late, so I rarely bother cooking dinner on the nights he works.

I got the critters fed before the cold front moved in. It must have arrived after 9 p.m. I let the two inside fur-babies out before bedtime and they wasted no time getting their business done and wanting back in.
I went to bed around 11 pm and slept pretty good.

When I left this morning I drove out on the main road (we live off a dead-end) - there was a tree down across the road. I thought it was small enough I could pull it aside by myself. Nope. It looked like a dead tree with the roots still attached at the base. Too big for me and I was not going to strain my back.
I drove over to our neighbors house and asked if he could move it with his tractor. He'd just gotten up. I headed back to the house to give him time to get dressed and such. He called and I headed over behind him. The way the wind is blowing, you never know what else might come crashing down or blowing across the pasture.
He got it moved and we cleared the smaller limbs off the road. I told him I owe him a favor for that one.

I'm headed out at lunch to run some more errands.
Stay warm, everyone!
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Since we got our first dusting of snow last night and some strong North winds I finally got the plastic up on the windows in the living room. That gets the worst of the north wind and since we sit in there the most we try to keep it comfortable.
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Nancy, I too need to get the plastic up on the north windows. Actually, it
still up from last year on two of them, but the sticky part has failed, so I'll have to put up more double sticky tape. I found some insulated drapes at an auction years ago, just the right size for our windows, clean and wonderful. We try to remember to close them every night and when the wind blows during the day. Sometimes I feel like I'm living in a cave, but the warmth is worth it. The whole box, three sets of drapes, seven feet long by eight feet wide cost me a whopping $2. Pays to stay til the end of the auction sometimes.

I'm starting to feel like I'm coming down with something, and I hope it isn't what dh has. I'm not nauseated, just wiped out and achy. I think it might be from overdoing out in the wind, at least I'm telling myself that! Taking coldeze and asprin, drinking hot tea and resting as much as I can so I don't give in to whatever it is. Wish me luck! I WILL NOT BE SICK!

Vickie, glad your neighbor could be of help with that tree! We're going to sell our skidloader, and I hope it won't be a mistake. Have to get some type of tractor to replace it. A smaller one would be more useful for us.

Mary, great buy on that chicken and the ground beef! I keep thinking I'll try zaycon foods, and one day I will. Good to know they are actually a good value. Let us know after you cook one what you think.

Must go out and feed. Another shot of cold air is on the way for us tonight. UGH.
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