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I like to have the Meal’s they healthy meals that you have please send me the healthy meals please I am disabled and I would like to have the helping us deliver to me.

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If you can make me a hat exactly like yours I would pay you good money for it!!  Plus it humorously promotes our absolute Civic Duty to always Social Distance. I love your hat cos it is does a very light hearted manner and uses humor to get the message across to the non compliance people who refused to social distance. Contact me offline in a PM about making me a hat just like yours. I will gladly give $$$ for a hat like yours.   pingyuen2019@gmail.com

 

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I LOVE your hat.

 

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Re: Yummy -Great for Lunch or Dinner

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 sauerkraut is one of the best foods you can eat.

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We did the same!  Pinapple1.jpg

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Using Sweet potatoes can yield yummy nutrient rich, greens and a beautiful plant!leafy delights from scrap of sweet potatoleafy delights from scrap of sweet potato

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Growing sweet potatoes!  The slips will eventually be planted next to the shallots I grew from a sprouted shallot.  I think it's really interesting how one mother plant can spawn a whole bunch more!IMG_3618.jpg

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Here I am with my compost pile "scraps". I gingerly pulled out the mystery tomato and squash starts and replanted them in my flower garden and a pot. We'll see what I get when they mature!

 

 

These "scraps" came from my compost pile. I will have mystery tomatoes and squash when they are mature.These "scraps" came from my compost pile. I will have mystery tomatoes and squash when they are mature.

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These tomato and squash plants were "scraps" out of my compost pile! I gingerly scooped them out and replanted in my flower garden and a pot. So far they are doing well. Since I don't know exactly where they came from I don't know what kind of veggies I'll get from them when they mature. I love that they came up on their own. Super easy!

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