Whoops, sorry

Thought the two you mentioned got sold and you were going to be able to use them later. Knew you had the others and more than plenty to do. Lina

Hello Everyone!

I have been working on some things to make the house run more smoothly, now I just need to implement what I am learning. This is the original that FlyLady copied. I find it more “forgiving”, I don’t have to have a bunch of emails from a system clogging up my in box (almost too many already!), and I am not dependent on my computer to know what I need to do for the day. Craft show season is almost upon us. I am getting ready for that as well. I have developed a new category of products for home décor, some 3”x6” tumbled travertine plaques. Here is a link www.paydayloansfloridaonline.biz to payday loans in FL. Actually, I just realized I have another one that is not yet uploaded. Will be uploaded this week though. Personally, we are getting deposits done to finalize 2014 contributions for h-s-a and IRAs so we can get our taxes done. I am wondering something about mutual funds. We have our IRAs and non-retirement investments all in mutual funds. They are spread out over about 12 different mutual funds. When looking at the interest rate, I know we need to look at the life of the fund and the older the fund the better, most of the time. We had an overall return of about 16% for last year when looking at all the funds as a whole. Are we supposed to look at the whole? Or do we look at a particular individual mutual fund’s return?

Lets see – I came down with strep throat this weekend – NOT planned

HOWEVER!!!! I did, with the help of some friends, get the sheep/goat bolus done so that is a major step forward in their health and improvement.
Also, Gandalf IS in his forever home – his new owner adores him and I have the option to use him after his xrays when he is 2 so that is great.
Fleur also, is in her new home since she is an outstanding bitch so I will co-own her and thus my kennel name will get out there which is super. The entire litter is gaining wows from Belgian lovers because of their bomb proof temperaments which means I can take pride in a litter well raised.
I’m steadily working towards getting caught up on the mortgage, 6 months left to go, and have been steadily working on getting a budget setup for both me and the farm.
Shearing this week so getting setup with the spin a pound get a pound group so I can sell the processed fiber without being out a bunch of money on the front side – very pleased about that. I plan to make items for sale as time allows. Also need to get with the dairy inspector to find out what I need to do for a Grade B dairy.
So, that’s my progress for this week.