I just wanna stay home


Hello all,

I thought I was done writing for the day, but I think I had better “Put the day to bed”. Before I hit the sack. 
Hubsy and I had to go to town after all. 
We were in a tornado watch at the time, but his cell phone charger stopped working. 
We went to Verizon, and after an hour wait, a lovely young man helped us not only fix Hubsy’s problem but helped me with something as well. 
After, he had to pick up some things and we had supper and came home. I made Dad’s supper and Dad and I chatted for an hour then it’s back to the camper for the night. 
I take diatomaceous earth twice a day now, and I am almost ready to increase the dose one last time. It has helped my belly so much that I feel a miracle has taken place. I also use it to treat a rash that I get every year, and so far it has decreased in intensity and size. 
Next week, I have lots to do. Monday is more Garden work. Tuesday, is laundry day. Wednesday, I have to clean the house. 
We will see what happens. Have a good night. 
Louise Ann Benjamin 

Saturday on the farm


I slept in this morning and it’s just after 9 now. 

Today is butchering day. My Brother called me to wake me up a few minutes ago and I have to get to work but thought I would do another one of those all day posts. So here goes. 

3pm
Didn’t want to touch my iPhone when we were butchering and I am sure you didn’t want to see pictures of it or me and the family working at it. There are feathers all over the yard, and I am whipped. Dad is down in the garden and I am resting for a bit. 
I planted the lilies from yesterday and I am in desperate need of a shower. Hubsy is too. We may go to town tonight for him to grab some city food. 
City food is a problem for me. I get sick from it more often than not. However I do crave it occasionally. With Hubsy bringing it to the farm, it’s a temptation and a garbage producer. 
I don’t know how the bread came out. I haven’t had any yet. I haven’t eaten anything yet today other than two mini donuts. I am still off my feed from the butchering. 
Later I may eat, but I carried live birds over and put dead ones in the fridge. My stomach is not up for the task of eating yet. 
I doubt I will write more today so I will get this posted and hit the showers. 
Louise Ann Benjamin