Another rough day (surgical recovery is kicking my butt), but I did get two loaves of bread baked yesterday and I have another loaf in the oven now. I have (or will have withing the next 24 hours) eight bags of Amish Friendship Bread starter if anyone in the Brainerd area is interested in trying it out! Like I've said before, free to anyone who wants to pick it up in the area, or I can ship it if someone out of area would be willing to pay the $6 Priority Mail price.
The Chester Thornless black raspberry cuttings have made a complete recovery from the spider mite infestation that nearly wiped them out. It's looking better than it ever has.
With the shifting of stuff in the upstairs fish tank, I have kept the Red Romaine Lettuce seedling alive and well and away from the cats. It's still very small (just now sprouting a fourth leaf), but I'm hoping for the best. It's not looking very red at the moment. Perhaps it's getting too much light, or is just too small to have proper color yet.
I can confirm that we are officially expecting kittens within the next month or so. Miss Mabel has an ever expanding baby bump, and yesterday I felt a kitten move in there!
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