One fine morning under a skylit walkway of a beautifully crafted cottage, crowded with relics of the past & I could not resist being mummified there amongst those priceless things and that reflection in the mirror💕
Jangan di slide..,Ntr nyessel...!! Awut2an di pagi hari...,jangan remehkan emmak2 yg pakai sarung atau daster..,kalau dia dandan..,Kelar hidup Loe..,🤣🤣😂😅😜
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More adventuring, this time with Wyatt. The mighty McKenzie River, Tamolitch Pool (yes, it really is THAT blue) and Sahalie Falls. #nofilterneeded#oregonexplored
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Felt cute, and I WONT be deleting it later 🥰❤️ If you feel good about yourself, even for just a moment, cherish it while it lasts. So many people are sensitive about themselves so even a little bit of appreciation for yourself can go a long ways. If you take a picture and like how it turned out, but find something about it you don’t like later, don’t just delete it. Look back on it as a time where you felt good - and happy. Nowadays it’s hard to be happy for a long while without the constant worry that something is gonna happen, so take advantage of the peaceful days. #nofilter
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Growing turmeric takes lots of patience- it will be a minimum of 250 days before you are able to harvest. I planted this turmeric back in December.
Zone 9 & warmer can grow turmeric outdoors (no container required). Despite what some people think, believe, or have heard, turmeric does not need full sun to thrive. With 2-5 hours of sun you can grow turmeric.
These are turmeric leaves, which are also edible. So not only can you enjoy the harvest the roots (eventually) you can also use the leaves. Wrap Fish with the leaves and throw it on the grill the same way you would use banana leaves.