. . . used my salad spinner to remove excess water and help lower the dehydrating time for the kale I put in the dehydrator (can't believe it's still producing, but thankful).
. . . pulled all the broccoli plants from the garden. Hubby mowed them down, but they grew back. Silly man.
. . . pulled the brussel sprout plants that didn't do well this season.
. . . good day for drying blankets and laundry outside too. My electric bill was only $79.00 this month. Washed my barn jacket, which got me out of cleaning the coop today, ha ha!
. . . restocked a few of our needed supplies. I use the organic (non-gmo) corn syrup for making homemade teriyaki sauce and other recipes, including Christmas candies.
. . . got another good hour of outdoor work done before dark cutting up the tree limbs. Got the truck loaded and unloaded. Photo is a bit blury. I was trying to take one in a hurry, as Hubby was yelling at me to "get back to work." I had gone in to fetch my safety glasses.
. . . yesterday was day two with our new dog Tank. I'm already writing a novel "Raising Tank." Seriously. I am. We'll see if it amounts to anything down the road.
. . . family funny! Our 16 year-old has been dubbed the "chicken lady" as she tended to the last ill hen (which is healthy now). I commented to her that she looked like she had no sleep last night, when she proceeded to tell me her dream. She dreamt that her cat Jasper laid three eggs, and let them sit in the window to hatch. They hatched three hot pink kittens, one which she named "Marshmallow." We all had a very good laugh this morning.