Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by for a read this morning.
Just playing catchup here. Posting a few items I’ve intended to mention for a while, but kept forgetting.
First, a while back I mentioned a kind of farm-fed Vietnamese frozen fish filets I got on one of those drama sales at HEB. Told you it was great fish, cheap, none of that on-the-brink fishy taste a person is liable to get buying fish.
Bought several packages since and what I said remains true. Striped Pangasius.
Secondly, if you’re troubled with awakening nights because of hand-grenades going off in your joints you might give this a try. I usually have to be troubled with it a dozen or so times before I remember to do it, but it might be months before it starts again. Usually when this Texas humidity goes ballistic.
I discovered sometime a long while back that when I eventually remember to do it, two grams of calcium pills per day for a week or two will cause it to stop. Mightn’t work for you, but it does for me. I just wish I could remember it sooner when the joints catch fire nights.
Thirdly, that taurine I told you about a while back I was taking to try to get off blood pressure medications didn’t succeed getting free of it. But the stuff’s so good in other ways I’m going to keep taking it when I can afford it.
Not much else going on here besides the sky full of humidity and hazy sunlight. I’m wondering whether there’s enough hot weather left to take the sheep shears to the long haired cats again. Wondering whether they’ll have time to grow a good coat back before the weather cools enough to make them wish they’d kept the fur.
Posted in 2012, America, Animals, Outdoors, Senior Citizens
Tagged animals, arthritis, blood pressure, cats, country life, fish, Health, Nature, pangasius, senior citizens, taurine
I’ve been coming across the word disambiguation somewhat frequently on the web lately. It always brings a smile when I see it, gives me a momentary ambition to disambiguate something.
But the problem is that I don’t know anything much. Even inside the 21st Century where uninformed opinion is respectable, almost universal, and carries the certainty and power of positive speaking, I just don’t know anything much.
Besides, the dialup connection, or WordPress is being a pure D Communist this morning. It’s taking me forever to even load the site. I’m rolling on the floor with joy everytime it tells me it can’t find the webpage.
So instead of disambiguating you readers on some uninformed opinion I have, I think I’ll give you a quick and dirty on something I know something about because I’ve discovered it around here and watched it happen.
I’ve told you about the Great Speckled Bird and how he’s in decline because of something he did in his youth to cripple him up something awful. One side of him just doesn’t work the way it ought to, and it causes him a lot of pain and distress. I’ve expected him almost every morning to be dead when I go out to turn them out for free ranging.
But I’ve been making up orange-peel tincture and treating him with it for a longish while, and it always makes him feel better after I’ve done it. Sometimes when he’s in particular pain he actually volunteers, gimps over and sits around near where I am, hinting.
I don’t have arthritis troubling me, but if I did, the Great Speckled Bird testifies it’s the way to the truth and the light, orange peel tincture. He says it’s the difference between Chit and Shinola.
Costs almost nothing to make, too. Just put your orange or grapefruit peels into a jar of vinegar instead of throwing them away. In a while you’ll have a tincture.
Chit and Shinola disambiguated.
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Posted in 2012, Chickens, Country Life, Current Issues, Free, Free-ranging-chickens, Homesteading, Human Behavior, Outdoors, Science, Senior Citizens, Solitude, Survival
Tagged animals, arthritis, Chickens, country life, culture, Health, home, home remedies, homesteading, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, misc, miscellaneous, other, personal, senior citizens