Starting my seeds

I couldn’t find any regular peat pellets, so I ended up getting a set of 72.

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I used three pellets per plant and marked all the baggies.  Kymber blogged about making her own peat pellets.  I’ll do that next time.

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Next time I won’t go so “ultra cheap” on the baggies. I had to throw a bunch of them away because they would not open.

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Here are all the little baggies.  In the living room where it’s nice and warm. :) 

I haven’t had a smoke since Sunday.  I almost buckled last night and got in my car to get a pack, but I made it without.  Gypsy kept me from going….I was looking at her blog.  She’s been smoke free for almost a month.  I will miss her. :(

I’ve been really busy with commercial inspections these last couple of day.  I always have such a hard time with the reports. They still take way too long, but that’s my fault for being so anal and wanting to put as much information in them as possible since I am the clients eyes and ears.  LOL…I really need to learn to not give a damn, that would speed things up.

I’m still finding pieces of bubble wrap in my home.  I just noticed a piece behind the screen of the air condition panel in the ceiling.  LOL…I hope that this is the last piece..

10 comments:

  1. I'll miss Gypsy too. :(

    Well done with the smoking!

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  2. Joe....Yes, but I'm sure she will pop in now and then.
    I'm so sorry about your loss, Joe. Hope that you're holding up okay. Wish I could make it better for you.

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  3. Kymber - *waves at Joe* and sorry to hear about your loss, friend!

    but Tango - you are someone to admire dear girl! growing your own food, going GMO, dairy and meat-free AND giving up cigs...holy moly girl...i thought i admired you before...but now you are reaching God-like status!

    keep it up hon...you are leading the way. and the way isn't easy!

    my goodness i am glad to call you friend!

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  4. Kymber...stop, your making my head swell!! {blushing} LOL....no pressure, eh? I sure hope I don't screw this up.
    I won't be meat free once I find some "real" meat, so far I'm not really missing it though.

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  5. Aw thanks Tango...and Joey. I have been nearly TWO months without a smoke and I know you can do it too. Think of all the money you'll save to buy GMO free products, not to mention the years you'll add to your life.

    Good luck with your seeds. I'm dying to see how it all works out.

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  6. Gypsy...Is it getting easier for you yet? I'm having the hardest time today. :(
    Thanks...I'm known to kill plants, so I've got my fingers crossed.

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  7. Tango honey...get a big head - you deserve it for all of the stuff that you are taking on!!!

    hang in there honey - we are all here to help you if we can - you can do this Tango! you can girl!

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  8. Kymber....I'm so excited. I just got home and all my little baggies are sweating. :)

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  9. I must have quit smoking a dozen times before it finally "took". That was back around 1981. One of my better decisions.

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  10. Donna...I've tried many times too. Hope this time is it.

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