Laura Hans wrote:
The dried stalks are hollow and if bundled, make great native bee habitat.
William Bronson wrote: Egg yolk, perhaps the world's greats sauce!
Robin Katz wrote:
One of our other favorites is two eggs steamed or poached in homemade green chili with pork that I make and freeze every summer.
Jordan Holland wrote:If they don't do business online, maybe encourage them to, and if you can, point them the way or help them get started. I think this will be more and more important as time goes by.
I am taking mental notes about businesses in the area. I am remembering the ones who choose to help people and stay open. I will be patronizing them more in the future than I have in the past. Ones that are taking advantage of people, not so much. I like my money to go to good people.
Anne Miller wrote:Jocelyn, thank you for sharing this.
I live too far from the towns in my area so I cannot help.
What I decided to do is to show my support was to subscribe to the local newspapers. It is not much though they are trying to keep people informed on locale happens.
These communities did pull together to help keep the school children with meals and to keep meals on wheels going.
John F Dean wrote:Close to this topic is the fading away of assertiveness training seminars. I spoke to a prof at Southern Illinois University as to why I did not see such training now when it was common in the 70s. His take was the people who could benefit from the training were often too withdrawn to take it. The classes had too high of percentage of dominating people who were sure they were being walked on. In the worst cases they were making bigger bullies out of bullies.