Boiled up several batches of juice and hung out 3 more feeders. Spring has arrived!
If you want to prepare your feeder, all you need to do is boil up some sugar water….It’s 1 part sugar to 4 parts water. I use some old Classico tomato sauce quart jars, which have 5 evenly spaced lines on the glass, so I fill up to the first line with sugar and then pour a little boiling water over it to melt the sugar. Then I fill the remainder of the jar with tap water, stir it up and it’s ready for the feeder.
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Thinking of warmer days….
I’m returning to my neglected blogs, sweeping away the cobwebs & taking charge of my social network. This article is timely.
Beyond #DeleteFacebook: More Thoughts on Embracing the Social Internet Over Social Media
The Cabin Fever Roasters’ opens it’s new location on Monday, April 2nd. The address is 7475 Douglas Boulevard, Douglasville, GA (in the Arbor Connections shopping center just west of The Home Depot).
Cabin Fever Roasters’ hours of operation at the new location will be 6:30 am – 10:00 pm.
I’m ready for the hummingbirds. I hung a feeder out about 10 days ago and am keeping my eye out for the earliest arrivals. The earliest arrivals to metro Atlanta showed up a few days ago….they will be at my feeders soon!
A few days ago, I started Gracie, who is now 13 years old, on CBD hemp oil in hopes of improving her mobility. Last night, she lept off the porch & ran after a critter she smelled in the woods, like a younger version of herself.
I don’t really want her disappearing into the woods at night like that, but I think the CBD oil is working.
We paid a visit to the vet’s office this morning for a follow-up to Bert’s jaw surgery. I had hoped to have the stitches removed, but decided to leave them in for a while longer to allow the front of his jaw to heal more.
Bert has lost 3 pounds over the last 10 days since surgery. He is still struggling to eat & drink on his own, so I’ve been syringe feeding him.
I got a good look at his mouth and tongue and it is clear that his tongue is in great shape. The vet believes Bert should be able to lick & lap food & water into his mouth, but Bert is accustomed to having the support of his front lower jaw that is no longer there to help him. It looks like I’ll have to continue using the syringe to water and feed him for the foreseeable future.