I had a terrible spring cold — 8 Comments

  1. Just KNEW something was wrong,,,, glad it was just a cold. As Erica says, we were concerned, and were praying for you.

  2. Linda Bee, well said!

    I fully agree with your comment and am also extremely grateful that Jackie and Will’s seed business is keeping heritage and non-GMO seeds alive for the future generations.

  3. Deb and I were worried about you as well. So glad to hear you are on the mend.
    I think should kick the ducks out and use the duck house as a guest cottage!

  4. Duck eggs make the most wonderful baked goods, and a roast duck is such good eating. LOL you can also make that wonderful old fashioned holiday treat, a turkey stuffed with a duck which is stuffed with a chicken which is stuffed with a smaller bird. Roast on a spit or in your oven. Yum. Sounds like you have a very useful addition to your homestead.

  5. There was a show on saving seeds on PBS recently that made me think of you. Thank you for starting your seed business. The show was scary because they determined that over 90% of seeds have become extinct. Your business is extremely important for the future.

  6. We were getting quite concerned, and praying for you and your family.
    Glad to hear you’re getting better!
    God bless!

  7. jWe missed you. Glad you are feeling better, colds are just plain miserable.
    Snow in May, it sounds like springtime in the Rockies..Last week we had wind, rain, and snow and now this week in the 60 and 70’s…Wish mother nature would make up her mind. We are ready for spring.

    Take care of yourself and get well.

  8. Yes,Jackie. I missed you terribly!! So sorry you had a cold, glad you are better and back. The duck house looks huge. Going to be some pampered ducks for sure. Thanks for all you do for everyone. I soooo love hearing about what’s going on at your homestead. Stay well, a busy summer is coming up.