We did a grocery pick up (no toilet paper...again). It's limited now, and we never know if we'll get what we need. I try to get some sort of greens in each order we need to do.
I got an email that stated one seed order was shipped. The other order came back with "out of stock" on about 4 of my items. Sadly, I had to go and reorder them from another source, crossing my fingers this all arrives timely. We did not start any seeds indoors this year, so that means relying on our garden resource for a few other items, especially tomatoes.
Hubby dropped a jar of 4 thieves vinegar and spilled the remaining goodness. He looked like he was going to cry. Literally. I had another jar, so he was relieved, and I'm making more, but using the stove top vs. a warm window (because it's still too cold here and we lack the sunshine to make it all happen).
Meet the new additions to the homestead. I had to go in the store to get the feed (no delivery or pick up) so I left with these ladies - 2 Barred Rocks, 1 Silver Laced Wyandotte, and 3 Prairie Bluebell Eggers. They guy helping me said they sold over 1500 chicks last week, and more and more were starting to raise their own, who never did. I just hope they realize they won't get eggs for a while. Mine are getting up in age, and with the loss of another recently, I thought it was best. I had suggested I give 3 away to keep the brood manageable, but Hubby insisted we keep all 6.