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No Topic -- how was your day? <3

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Wanted to make a thread where people can post whatever they feel like (things you're excited about, what you're doing, reading, eating, ..how your day went, how you feel, basically anything you'd like to share). Nothing is off topic 😌

But let's keep this civil. This is meant to be a lighthearted positive thread 💗🥰
...not a debate type thread.

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Ah, a speak your truth thread. How gorgeous :]

Christmas is a weird time for me. I quite often flit between crushing lows and good days around now, but I’m pleased to report today was a good day.

Work is all done for the day. Now I’m off to my monthly women’s group to craft. Which always cheers me up.

#StitchNBitch

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Just waking up...

Got my sleep , ready to write , interact with no flack , no fights ,
reap what I sow , you know how that goes , no soul attack !


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Just another crazy day of trying to figure out my place in this world as a writer, while being a mom to ten, wife and bad BAD coffee maker. I'm reading about where to sell or promote  my first novel. Instead of making coffee. For shame.

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Miss_Sub said:Ah, a speak your truth thread. How gorgeous :]

Christmas is a weird time for me. I quite often flit between crushing lows and good days around now, but I’m pleased to report today was a good day.

Work is all done for the day. Now I’m off to my monthly women’s group to craft. Which always cheers me up.

#StitchNBitch


Crushing lows. I can relate. Maybe I should stop whining and go make coffee.

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Blackwolf said:Just waking up...

Got my sleep , ready to write , interact with no flack , no fights ,
reap what I sow , you know how that goes , no soul attack !



Huh uh! You got it too good! Go have ten kids.

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yay! a blurt thread

made the pumpkin cheesecake (which turned into 2 since the stupid recipe was way too much for the one 9" pan they said it needed. house smells wonderful.


annyyyways, had some pumpkin left over (this is fresh pumpkin, ground up) so decided to try something i've not done before: a sort of meatloaf made with ground pork (from the pig we butchered the other week), the left over pumpkin, sage, onion, black pepper, salt, egg and a little panko to bind it. layered bacon across the top and it's cooking in the oven as we speak, almost ready. i cooked a small bit first in a pan, and it's juicy and sagey and peppery... pretty decent. nowi've gotta see how it turns out in this loaf thingy.

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butters said:yay! a blurt thread

made the pumpkin cheesecake (which turned into 2 since the stupid recipe was way too much for the one 9" pan they said it needed. house smells wonderful.


annyyyways, had some pumpkin left over (this is fresh pumpkin, ground up) so decided to try something i've not done before: a sort of meatloaf made with ground pork (from the pig we butchered the other week), the left over pumpkin, sage, onion, black pepper, salt, egg and a little panko to bind it. layered bacon across the top and it's cooking in the oven as we speak, almost ready. i cooked a small bit first in a pan, and it's juicy and sagey and peppery... pretty decent. nowi've gotta see how it turns out in this loaf thingy.


Noway! You're a farm girl!



And sounds like, a good cook, too. Mmm!

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EdibleWords said:

Noway! You're a farm girl!



And sounds like, a good cook, too. Mmm!
grew up with countryside all around me, on the very outskirts of the greater london suburbs. in most directions there were crops, farmland, horses. then lived more town-life, surrounded by grey concrete, glass, metal, bright lights, night-life... got engaged to H, moved to america and live with him on what was once a working farm and is now pasture and woodland with ponds. neighbour grazes his cattle here and H's son raises a few pigs and needed to slaughter a couple. he killed and cleaned them before bringing them over here where we skinned and butchered the meat. first time i've done that with a pig!

just ate a big slice of the meatloaf...and it's good! moist, tender, a sweet/salt/peppery combo. his mother, though, who likes all her food cooked to virtual pap found it ' a little tough'. it wasn't, not at all. she's already murdered the green beans for thursday; they must have cooked at least 3 hours. *sigh* such a crime against the beautiful crisp green beans from our garden.

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Lately,
i find myself sleeping a lot more each day.




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butters said:grew up with countryside all around me, on the very outskirts of the greater london suburbs. in most directions there were crops, farmland, horses. then lived more town-life, surrounded by grey concrete, glass, metal, bright lights, night-life... got engaged to H, moved to america and live with him on what was once a working farm and is now pasture and woodland with ponds. neighbour grazes his cattle here and H's son raises a few pigs and needed to slaughter a couple. he killed and cleaned them before bringing them over here where we skinned and butchered the meat. first time i've done that with a pig!

just ate a big slice of the meatloaf...and it's good! moist, tender, a sweet/salt/peppery combo. his mother, though, who likes all her food cooked to virtual pap found it ' a little tough'. it wasn't, not at all. she's already murdered the green beans for thursday; they must have cooked at least 3 hours. *sigh* such a crime against the beautiful crisp green beans from our garden.


Glad to share a love of good garden food!

im both born and bred "apple pie" American currently living on a no pig ordinance property. Never raised a pig. You wouldn't know it to read my first novel!

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I relate to this so hard I had to post it somewhere 😅😄

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Umm said:I relate to this so hard I had to post it somewhere 😅😄

For some odd reason,
the pic reminds me of a time i was on my way to a job interview and drove over the hill of San Bruno, CA (a rural road in those days) and a frightened horse ran onto the road.
Because i knew i have a way with animals if i can touch them physically, i pulled over and calmly walked to the beastie and stroked her and guided her to the side of the road.  Her handler came outta the wooded area and thanked me.

The bad part of this is that i am extremely allergic to Horses and cattle and when i got to my interview i imagined i looked like i was on drugs or worse.  I explained what happened (knowing in my mind it sounded incredulous).  A couple days later i got the job.


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I am so happy you got the job! Karma is real.  

My day has been complicated. I'm struggling with the cold and decreased sunlight. I've recently come out a very bad place creatively, and between the two, emotionally I have been all over the place. I'm keeping my head down to get through, trying to see the good and beautiful in what I can, and just taking it hour by hour.

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It's been
a good day today
pleasant suprises
always
play away
untill they appear
through the haze
on a cloudy day
the clouds have parted
now i can see
my way
through the haze
on a rainy day

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