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I review books, do organic gardening (vegetables, fruit trees, etc.), mentor a young lady, and work with inmates at the local jail and state prison units. I live in a passive solar house (with an active solar water heater), drive a fuel efficient car, would love to have a plug-in electric hybrid car, and generally enjoy natural and animals. I have … more

reviewed The Gourmet Butcher... from Farm to T.... March 24, 2011
posted in Sustainablog
The Gourmet Butcher... from Farm to Table
The Gourmet Butcher DVD set teaches you how to cut beef, lamb, and pork carcasses into primal and retail cuts and how to cook these cuts. They included general cooking advice and several recipes. The …
reviewed Savvy Rest Shredded Latex Pillow. December 07, 2010
Savvy Rest Shredded Latex Pillow
I like using organically grown and processed products--partly for environmental reasons, but also because I'm somewhat chemically sensitive and because non-synthetic, organic products are healthier.   …
reviewed Organic Wullie Ball pillow. November 03, 2010
posted in Healthy Lifestyle
Organic Wullie Ball pillow
About 7 years ago, my polyester-fill pillow was so compressed and old that I decided to replace it. My parents offered me a memory-foam contour pillow they'd gotten free with a purchase but neither …
reviewed Beaded Hope. March 12, 2010
Beaded Hope
"Beaded Hope" was a well-written and enjoyable inspirational general fiction. It's fast-paced and full of suspense. I was quickly engaged by the realistic characters and their realistic struggles, and …
Hearing Jesus Speak into Your Sorrow
This profound and touching book deepens the reader's understanding of the Bible and our view of God. It doesn't give easy, pat answers but digs deeper in search of truth and never denies your pain. It …
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Quick Tips
posted a Quick Tip about How to butcher a chicken in 20 minute.... March 03, 2011
posted in Sustainablog
How to butcher a chicken in 20 minutes or less
I've used the information in this article to quickly (compared to other methods) butcher our own chickens. This is now the method we use.
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March 20, 2011
Thanks so much for following my review contributions on Lunch, Debbie! Hope you enjoy reading them!
March 22, 2011
March 22, 2011
How's life treating you these days, Debbie?
March 24, 2011
My "self-employed" job is organic gardening and tending my small orchard, so spring is a really busy time for me. But it's fun. How's life going for you these days?
March 25, 2011
Well, I'm glad you are keeping busy. Is it looking like a productive spring or is it still too early to tell? I'm glad you have fun with your "self-employed" job. That's one of the beauties of being self-employed. :) Life is going ok for me. I'm accepting a graduate degree offer from UCSB, so I will be moving soon. The bad news is that my cat has been sick for months. It's taking a toll on my husband and my's healths.
March 25, 2011
Sorry to hear about your cat. :( What's wrong? As for my orchard, my apricot tree bloomed 2 weeks too early and there weren't any bees out (I thought), so I thought it might be a bust. However, I'm seeing some fruit starting to form on it, so I guess the bees were there! This year, all my 12 fruit trees (apple, apricot, peach, pear, plum, cherry) look like they're going to do about normal. Same with the blueberries. Too early to tell with everything else.As for the garden, we just got some of the early stuff in (onions, garlic, spinach) and it's doing normal.
March 26, 2011
My cat's been having urinary tract issues. They wanted to do a gender changing operation on him, but we didn't want to have to do such an invasive procedure. Some of the troubles arose because we took him to incompetent vets. It took our 4th vet to find someone to help him without surgery and repeat catheters. Things are looking a little better. We're just emotionally and physically exhausted from the whole ordeal.

Well, I hope things continue to look good for your orchard. Sounds like you have a lot of yummy fruits coming in! I hope the other stuff for your garden continues to do well. I've never been that good in the garden, but I used to do a lot of work in my neighbors' yards when I was a child. My dad was really good with our fruit trees when we were younger. 
September 23, 2010
Hi Debbie! Glad to see you over at Lunch! :D
September 25, 2010
Thanks for the welcome.
September 22, 2010
Hi Debbie, great reviews! Just wanted to welcome you to Lunch and let you know that I'm here to answer any questions you have about getting around. Looks like you've already joined a lot of great communities, but let me know if you need any other recommendations as you go. Have fun!
September 23, 2010
Thanks, Bethany. I don't have any questions at the moment, but thanks so much for the offer to help! :)
September 08, 2010
Thanks for adding me as a friend, Debbie! I'm also going to follow your contributions. Feel free to do likewise. :)
September 03, 2010
Hello, Debbie! I just wanted to give you a friendly welcome to Cafe Libri. It's great to have you as a member!
September 04, 2010
Thanks, Adrianna! It's nice to be welcomed. ;)
September 08, 2010
Yeah, no problem. And I know what you mean, lol. ;)
April 13, 2011
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