One year ago to the day, I received a life changing phone call from my ENT, Dr. Klau. He reluctantly told me that I had papillary thyroid cancer. That diagnosis was a complete shock, especially since I didn't have any symptoms of the disease, except for the almond sized lump in my neck that was presumed to be....
The Hoxsey diet is basically a whole foods diet,and as cancer diets go, I have found it pretty easy to follow. Others who are on this diet may not agree, but for those of us who have been on strict diets for various reasons know first hand ...
I heard my ENT say those awful words on the evening of May 16,2016. My heart sank into my stomach and my head began to swirl, so it's a good thing that I was sitting down when I took his call. Hearing that you have cancer is not what ...
Sew - A Needle Pulling Thread..._
Halloween? Just Say No!
I'm Sorry, Did You Say Scoliosis?
It's A Numbers Game
Back in May of 2014, I wrote an article about the possibility that Miss Olive either had vent gleet, or she was broody. I got off easy that time, as it turned out, Miss Olive was broody. This time, my luck has...cont.
It's been a while since I've posted on Chicken Chat, but it's not because I don't have anything to share, quite the contrary. I have been very busy doing housewife stuff, and dealing with my little pullets, and trying to figure out how I'm going to integrate my little birds in with my big birds. Besides, it takes me HOURS to post an article, and I mean a short article. I spend DAYS or WEEKS on larger articles. That may not the be case for other bloggers, but....
Poor Soil Poor Farm
Soil. The most basic foundation of any garden and farm, and well, of the whole earth really. Scripture tells us that on the third day of God's epic seven day creation, he caused the waters that covered the earth to depart revealing dry land. Then he proceeded to call forth grass, herbs, and fruit trees, all of which were to bear seeds after their own kind. See? God was (and is) the first gardener of the earth. Not surprisingly to me [ more...]
A few weeks ago, we went and picked up some more little hens to add to our flock, something I have been wanting to do since I found that according to L.A. County animal regulations, I'm not limited to only five birds. I can have as many birds as my property can handle by density. Chickens require [Continue...]
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