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Goats, gripes, and grasping for greatness
And over in Texas... you can visit the gardens! 
28th-Jul-2010 08:42 am
Summer
I read a blog called Worm Spit, sponsored and authored by a gent whose passion is silkworms, silk, and everything in between. Lately, his camera and his interest has been focused on his gorgeous garden and all of the flora and fauna thereof.

One of the latest posts is something that you can share with the children, and they just might get it. "Charlotte Changes" shows a spider who shed her skin, and then built herself a new web, too.

The whole web site is at Wormspit.com. I recommend it. He has a great perspective on life, and excellent photos to go along with it. From bees to baby squash to chickens (FREEBIRD!), it's a fun look at urban farming.
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28th-Jul-2010 04:29 pm (UTC)
Hee. Thanks!
28th-Jul-2010 05:39 pm (UTC)
You're welcome! I really enjoy your site, and I'm glad to see it come through my LJ feed every time you post. Oh, neat! Look at the ....!
28th-Jul-2010 06:13 pm (UTC)
On your LJ feed page, are the titles screwy? Google Feeds still has a corrupted feed, and the titles come through with drug ads, but I think LJ is clean.
28th-Jul-2010 08:07 pm (UTC)
It comes through absolutely clean, with a single bar across it that says "This post originally published at .... You can comment here or there" with hyperlinks under Wormspit.com name and "there" in the sentence.
28th-Jul-2010 08:09 pm (UTC)
OK. On the Google feed, it comes through like:
CIALIS A Big Steaming Pile

I ordered mulch CIALIS the other day...

it's irritating as hell. The blog hack was MONTHS ago, and they can't get it sorted out. My feed is clean, but the hack got into all the caches.
28th-Jul-2010 08:12 pm (UTC)
Wow and yuck! Google must be pissing people off bigtime with that little error.

If you first *log out* of LJ and then click on the first link embedded in my LJ post here (or on http://reedrover.livejournal.com/friends), it will take you back to where you can see http://Oakenking.livejournal.com and you can see what your LJ-fed post looks like in "plain LJ." In my version of the framing, it is very plain, and looks just fine.
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