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  1. night faerie's Avatar
    She is stunning, Fizz. Enjoy every moment.
  2. Mike's Avatar
    Hello Mathilda!
    Enjoy the love, AquaFizz
  3. AquaFizz's Avatar
    I'm so proud of and for you! You're going to do great on your own, and you'll be SO much happier!
  4. Mike's Avatar
    This was a good idea because you're very good at the things you do, smart enough to find your way, and strong enough to push through when things seem to turn to crap
  5. Eyreplenh's Avatar
    Nice video! If they ever make their way over here, you'll have to climb into an instrument case and tag along
  6. Eyreplenh's Avatar
    The blog. And I'm not sure where you might see me. I chose to follow publicly, so it should be there somewhere. Never really took the time to figure out the details of blogspot, but... If you find me there, you should be able to visit my blog to -of course, to you it will be pretty much jibberish as it's in norwegian, but you're welcome to try!
  7. AquaFizz's Avatar
    Wait! My blog or my twitter?! I don't see you! Where are you?! I want to follow you, too!
  8. Eyreplenh's Avatar

    Of, and if audiodaughter has aquired a mysterious new follower, it's just me
  9. Eyreplenh's Avatar
    Hi5 for having fun! Keep it up
  10. sir archely's Avatar
    The first is common mullen, the second is chickweed, and the last one is a hyacinth.
  11. Eyreplenh's Avatar
    Shouldn't that be Buh-FREAKNIK-Bye? Or is that Atlanta?

    Impressive packing there, travellah. Of course, I, king of the carry-on, could outpack you, but I guess that is mostly because I am a guy, hehe... Have a blast
  12. Eyreplenh's Avatar
    WIll you tell us what they were, either way? I only recognized the first, and that was not in some "I know it's namus latinus" way, just the "I think I've seen a plant kind of looking like this before"

    You are one thorough son of a gun, sir, and I tip my imaginary hat for you!
  13. Mike's Avatar
    Buh-FREAKIN-Bye! ~sniffs~
  14. AquaFizz's Avatar
    So, just so you don't think some random creepy stranger is following your actual blog: audiodaughter=Me. I'm sort of starting to garden this year (in that I've got a salsa garden in a container and I planted more bulbs by our front fence), so I'm hoping your awesomeness will inspire me to not forget about my own endeavors.
  15. sir archely's Avatar
    Base works too. You can't go wrong.
  16. Eyreplenh's Avatar
    Stock and bullion. Not base. Got it Ever the learner, I am!
  17. sir archely's Avatar
    Funny you should mention the stock thing Eyre. Last year it never crossed my mind, and all of that stuff went into the compost heap. (Along with all of the additional compostables from grocery store purchases.) Then a friend of mine started a blog about cooking, which I was following for a while. It seems like raising a kid has probably distracted a bit from the regular updates, but one of the more useful (to me) posts he wrote is here, and it's about making vegetable stock. You can see my comment from last November at the bottom of the page. With the addition of a chest freezer to our basement this winter, you can be sure I'll be making a bunch of stock to freeze this year.
  18. Eyreplenh's Avatar
    In my experience, bringing school books on trips are just extra weight in your backpack and they never, ever get opened. In stead, they get moist and sticky from the tropical climate/the exploded bottle of rum/the incident

    Yeah... have a most awesballsy trip!
  19. Eyreplenh's Avatar
    Looking good
  20. Eyreplenh's Avatar
    Awesome work, good man! My folks have had a small field with strawberries for some years now, and in their experience, the plants are hardy and expandrous, so much that they've had to cull them pretty much every year. Probably different climate and soil etc, but considering the other things you managed to get thriving, I'd say you have a good chance of increasing that crop this time around. Fending off birds always seemed to be the biggest problem for us...

    Also, speaking of recipes, something I read about recently that has completely transformed my veggie soup -keeping the disposables. Especially for such locally and probably insecticide-free grown vegetables as you have, keep the stems, peelings and whatever, freeze it, and when you have a reasonable amount, give it a good boil. An excellent base for any soup, far better than any of the premade stuff stores offer. Maybe your already doing it, maybe not, but if the latter I'd say give it a try
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