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01/19/2010

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Sarah

Yeah for double digging! I did this last year, and the year before... BOY was I sore! So exciting! If you're on the island again you should stop at Pegasus ( the roaster at Day road, not the cafe ) and get their empty coffee sacks!! Fantastic for plating right through! Or fold them over and using for walkways... or for germinating under :) They are so fantastic and free! Google burlap uses in gardening and french intensive. Lots of ideas out there!
Sorry to hear about Jane! it's funny, because I actually thought you must be sick or someone got hurt! you hadn't posted for a few days! Do you think she got into something in the yard? Having an allergic reaction? If it doesn't go away maybe try a naturopath who will do muscle testing for toxins or allergens. It's worth a try if no one knows what's up.
Have a cup of tea and eat something yummy! That is the best ending to a hard day!
Take care
Sarah

Silke

Sorry, NO idea whatsoever about digging wholes or tilling or gardening. But sending all the best wishes to your baby girl. I hope you find out what it is and that she gets better soon!

Silke

... and yes, I actually know it's "holes" instead of "wholes". Sorry! :o)

Ellen

Thanks for the well wishes. Miraculously, all that's left today is her cold and the slightest pink edge where the swelling was. We may never know what it was!

And I didn't even notice the "wholes." :) I've sort of stopped editing my own posts (probably a bad idea) and I guess rubbing off on everything I read!!

Glad, as always, that you came and visited us here.

Ellen

Sarah! Thanks for the super tips. I didn't know there was a roaster on Day road, but I'll check it out. How exciting!

Yeah, we were all already sick before this happened. I am so behind on EVERYTHING. It's funny because she sits in the yard and plays in the dirt a lot, and nothing has ever happened. 24 hours after her last play, I changed her diaper and suddenly there it was! I have no idea--a million ideas--what might have happened. But it dawned on me to day that there is a naturopath in town. Next time, we'll be more ready to handle something like this. Dry run!

Trying to drum up the energy to bake healing cookies tonight. I think it will be well spent, don't you?

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