I was prescribed that once and don't know if my cravings went down because I think was temporarily insane. I never felt ( mentally ) so detached and unstable. It was actually scary. It affects everyone different I know but Wellbutrin is something to be careful with
Haven't read all the posts but awesome for you for making the choice to quit. Began smoking when I was 15 - 16 and still trying to find the 'right time' to quit (37 now). Quit for short period when I was pregnant at 18/19. I know it's TOUGH!!!! I know you can get there though. Maybe a gum or...
Well when I had a mouse in the coop my chickens had no idea it could be eaten nor cut fast little things but they will poop in every crease corner and crevice. And multiply. I made sure to get rid of mine just because mouse droppings have so many diseases
They are good as a warning for the other chickens but I would never leave it to a rooster for protection. As a rooster will try to fight off a predator usually in return after quite a battle the rooster still loses
And lastly autumn
I won't go into too much detail but she had definitely a rough start as far as Health issues her first year of life. Her brother was a stillborn and her mother passed within a week. But being bottle-fed and relying on us because of health problems on and off her first year she...
And Romeo. Joan's sister, Lucy's other kid. He's been a handsome little devil from the beginning. And over the years he's learned if you turn your phone a certain way it's a camera and he is a ham Haha. He knows he's handsome
And Joan. One of Lucy's kids. She's about 3 1/2 years old now but a picture of her at a very much younger age after she learned to jump into the hay rack call another picture of her still Loving her mama
I feel like I've posted to this thread before but it says I haven't. So I will start with Lucy seven-year-old Boer goat.
First one is her of the proudest mama ever. Shortly after she had her two babies.
The second one is of her being very proud of herself that she could lay down on top of...