quit fucking your dogs you filthy animals
My friends, this is the most important battle in human history. If we can't grow our own food, we depend forever on the system. — MEGA POST —
“Animals are dirty and dangerous. Rainwater is poisonous - you can't eat stuff that was grown outside!” Traditional farming and ranching is antequated and illegal!”
Sounds ridiculous -- beyond belief! But so does people wearing cloth masks OUTSIDE for two years. These same people could be made to fear food overnight.
And this move is happening now:
* "Rainwater ALL over Earth has PFAS” -- new study claims “forever chemicals” are now in gardens and animals raised outdoors -- remember they are already shutting down farms for PFAS contamination (see my report here) — now extending the contamination to the entire biosphere!
... literally, from the researcher: "we’re in a place now where you can’t live anywhere on the planet, and be sure that the environment is safe.” This is the design. The divorce of man from nature. Separ
*****>>MILAGROS are small metal religious charms found in many areas of Latin America, especially Guatemala & Mexico. The word “Milagro” means “miracle”or Offering( Exvotos).
These small charms, often depicting arms, legs, praying people, farm animals and a wide range of other subjects are typically nailed or pinned to crosses or wooden statues of various saints like the Virgin Mary or Christ, sacred objects, pinned on the clothing of saint statues, or hung with little red ribbons or threads from altars and shrines. They are also carried for protection and good luck and thanks to Saints and Their animals.
The 1848 repro Coin pendant is of José Rafael Carrera Turcios was the president of Guatemala from 1844 to 1848 and from 1851 until his death in 1865, after being appointed President for Life in 1854.
We have many venomous snakes here but tigers are really grumpy and will chase and attack where as ones like dugites tend to be shy and take off.
If we only had pythons I wouldnt be so worried lol
It is just a cheap one like in this pic, off ebay to get a jump start on Spring and summer planting, its working well, I just added bricks in the bottom and tied it down so it doesnt take off in the wind lol
I dream of a large farm and being as self sufficient as possible, living in a country town is way better than the city and we are on 1/4 acre so its a decent size but middle of no where with no neighbours and lots of land to grow good and raise animals is my dream :)
I will take more pics of my garden and share :) Id love to see what you are growing.
my eyes got wet on this one we have always taken the animals that no one wants and we have the most blessed farm..
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"Talk about hot nights, America got some for the history books last month.
The continental United States in July set a record for overnight warmth, providing little relief from the day’s sizzling heat for people, animals, plants and the electric grid, meteorologists said.
The average low temperature for the Lower 48 states in July was 63.6 degrees (17.6 Celsius), which beat the previous record set in 2011 by a few hundredths of a degree. The mark is not only the hottest nightly average for July, but for any month in 128 years of record keeping, said National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration climatologist Karin Gleason. July’s nighttime low was more than 3 degrees (1.7 Celsius) warmer than the 20th century average."
Her dad was deep deep in that sacrifive 💩💩= the house next to the b&b i did the garden for that He & otjers stayed in in New Orleans, had cages in the back yard filled with animals.. chickes / goats/ rabbits everyweek @ then empty for a gre @ new ones the next week=i peeped tjru the fence weeding the rosebed..that when i knew something evil was happening.. the owner of the b& b was a mrmber of mensa
Conquering Faith - In Touch Ministries - Charles Stanley
We can respond boldly because God’s power is available to us for each battle we face.
1 Samuel 17:1-58
The Lord wants to build strong faith in us so we can stand firm in His mighty power. He does this by placing us in challenging situations that are beyond our strength. If we trust in ourselves, we’ll fail. But we will discover God’s great faithfulness if we imitate David’s example from today’s passage:
• Godly motivation. The young shepherd’s desire was to defend the Lord’s name. In our challenges, we must examine our motives to be certain they’re Christ-centered, not self-focused.
• Recognition of the battle’s nature. David’s struggle in the physical realm was against Goliath. But the real battle was spiritual, and so is ours (Ephesians 6:12).
• Memory of God’s past faithfulness. David’s confidence was based on the Lord’s power that enabled him to protect his sheep from wild animals. Even if you’re a fairly