Yep I'm going out today to plant some flower bulbs, the ones we ordered months ago showed up early this week. Due to the rain we were suppose to get (we only got rain 1 day) we decided to wait till today to plant them. I do not know if they will grow today or in a year. My cabbages and other planting seem to have taken and this morning I'll have to see if they got too cold last night due to frost. Which is amazing due to the fact we were in the high 70's the other day.
I have jumped off the "no-poo" bandwagon, Ok not jump I dived head first off of it. I have discovered that I have one BIG issue with going no-poo. My hair is very dry and very thick, the issue I'd have is that it would take me a couple hours to comb through my tangled knotted hair after "washing" it. The first time was not bad, but it got steadily worse. So a couple days ago while in tears and barely combed through the rat's nest that my hair became I gave up and went and used shampoo and conditioner.
Now I will say if I ever needed to live washing my hair in this manner I could do it... however I'd have to cut my hair VERY short to make it easy to comb through. Actually I did like how my hair felt while I was off shampoo(s), it felt so much better I would recommend trying it and seeing if it works for you. Now trying it means for at least a month. You may be surprised.
Now I want to mention something about the "school lunch thing".
My local news is still covering how kids are still hungry after coming home from school. Now I have a few comments in reference to this. Most kids are not use to eating "healthy" foods. Also most kids are not use to eating a serving size. Which is generally much smaller than what you get in a fast food place. This really is a home problem, however... if the kids are suppose to be properly fed at school. Well, then they need to be satisfied. i know one BIG issue is kids would rather have chips and candy rather than fruit and cold veggies. Now my kids will do fruit and cold veggies, however they are still coming home hungry. Well my son is anyway. His problem is he is a picky eater, which is his own problem. If he doesn't want to eat enough to be full it's on him, because he refuses to eat some of the entrees they serve.
Now the reason for the change in the school lunch system is because the First Lady is trying to fight childhood obesity. Good, however there are other ways to combat this. The biggest one would be to increase Phys Ed, and making it more physical. Now I say this because I know when we lived in NY my kids had a few weeks of stacking cups. Now I know it's now considered a hand-eye coordination sport, however it's not very physically challenging. When I was in grammar school... many years ago... the first one I was in make the kids run a track for 10 minutes daily. Now put that on top of sports. That would help. Also saying that recess suffices to exercise kids. Watch what goes on during recess and I'm sure you'll see a lot of kids just hanging out.
So this in my opinion this is being handled wrong. I hope someone figures this out and maybe changes something that will work better.
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