Wednesday, February 24, 2010

eBay, Roosters and ACV

It is nearly time to retire for the night and I thought that I should post something. But what? Three things came to mind, none that are related or mildly interesting.

I listed three Spyderco Knives on eBay this evening for my Son. They didn't look like much to me but one got a bid as soon as I hit the submit button. That is unusual for me. Normally the things that I list on there don't get a bid until 3 minutes before the auction ends. I hate listing things on eBay, it takes so much time and thought. But once the listings are done, they are fun to watch.

Since we have so many roosters, five at the moment. Only the alpha rooster sleeps in the goat/chicken shed with most of the hens. That means that the rest of the boys sleep in the barn with us.

Most of the time they don't bother me at 2:00 in the morning when one of them gets the idea that it is wake-up time and starts crowing. This wakes the other three who follow the leader. They do it all over again at 3:00, and so on and so forth. If my DH doesn't have to get up early he takes the time to carry them all one by one out to the goat/chicken shed after they go to roost, so that he can rest in peace. He doesn't seem to be bothered by the 2 and 3 o'clockers. It is the 4 and 5 o'clockers that upset him.

One of my Granddaughters spent the night with me the other night. She is 5 years old. The next morning she informed me that that rooster just kept roosting and roosting all night and she couldn't sleep.

I have taken on another supplement today. You cannot believe all of the herbs, teas and seeds that I am taking since I had to stop seeing my Doctor. None of them are doing any good but I just keep trying.

My blood pressure is one of my main problems right now. I am taking every herb known to man that is suppose to lower BP but nothing is working. So I started taking a little Apple Cider Vinegar today. I give it to my goats and chickens but hadn't considered taking it myself until I read online that it will lower blood pressure. We shall see. I know one thing, it tastes nasty. I don't understand why my goats and chickens act like it is so delicious.
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