vaping on the same charge at green. Of course I change off too, but all the others needed the charger this morning or last night.
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My home is on land I don't own, it is rented land. I can plant a garden, but I can't fence it off the way I would like to. The local raccoons, armadillos, rabbits and whatever else is out there will steal the food, dig it up whatever. I also don't think I have the strength any longer to really tend to a garden of edibles. My ex-husband did that kind of thing and it took a lot of work. I would do it if I was healthy to save money, but I can't imagine sitting in the sun for 5 minutes once it warms up. I hate it. If the house was bigger I could do a few indoor plantings but we have little space. My room is a very medium size room, filled up with furniture I won't get rid of, I could never get it again.
I would actually love to switch houses with my Roommates brother, his house is more than 2x the square footage, he never moved into it and stayed there for 5 days in a year. We paid the same thing for the houses. He has more land and a fenced yard.
What is today everybody???
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Wow guess we're lucky to be living here. Not only are there tons of farms (corn in summer so fresh it has dew on it) but in winter the stores are loaded with produce from the co-gen plants. They burn the huge mountains of coal silt left over from the decades of mining. They produce electricity with steam and all have huge greenhouses operating next to them. Produce is cheap too especially at the farmers who all operate roadside stands.
Xmas trees are also around $10-$25.00 at the tree farms or for $35 the volunteer fire companies will deliver them.
Yea, I'm sold too. Where is this wonderland?
I don't find anything wrong with living in a one-light town. There's no crime to speak of, housing is affordable, and many of the amenities are here--grocery store, gas station, a couple of good restaurants. The only time I really need my car for is to shop for clothes, and visit with family.
Last edited by DoloresB; 01-18-2014 at 01:48 AM.