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RE: Digital ditches

in OCD2 months ago

You don't need to be that accurate if you're just using it for visualisation, if you're actually planning with it you might want to be slightly more careful ;D and now we know what your house looks like too, yay :D

I don't know why those plant sprites amuse me as much as they do, I guess I'm tired

Yay for edible gardens! I was worried about my youngest's vege intake for ages because he was crazy about meat and basically refused to eat vegetables. Since we replanted our vege garden and restarted the aquaponics I haven't worried about that as he's constantly going to the aquaponics to eat peas and lettuce and misome leaves.

Is she not making the cherry pie now because the guests aren't coming? Was going to say I can't see a problem as it means more cherry pie for you.

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if you're actually planning with it you might want to be slightly more careful

For sure and when I did the bathroom, it was precise to the point that the workers asked "umm, does it really have to be so accurate?" it didn't - but they did a good job.

I don't know why those plant sprites amuse me as much as they do, I guess I'm tired

It is Thuja. They look silly there but it is similar to what we will put in, though we are planting much smaller ones and they will take 5 years to get to that height :D

In Year 8 I did an agriculture class and we grew a garden plot each. It was amazing to see kids who had never really eaten vegetables (I was vegetarian at the time) chewing on uncooked turnips and enjoying it, because they grew it themselves.

She made the cherry pie for the neighbor's barbecue - and it was great :D

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YES IT DOES HAVE TO BE SO ACCURATE [angry hyperventilating]

I am not an anal retentive perfectionist no >_>

They can grow up with small :D

I remember doing horticulture in year 8. I think someone sabotaged my corn plant because it actually grew tall enough that we tied a stake to it (because it looked a bit flimsy, I don't think where I lived was particularly great for growing corn XD) and it was starting to grow a corn and one day when I came back to water the plots (I lived close to the school so I voluntarily wandered over after school a few times to water everyone's plots as horticulture was only once a week) the stake (with the corn plant attached) had been pushed over. I righted it but it died.

Yay for getting cherry pie after all XD

They can grow up with small :D

She is growing fast, but will likely tap out at around 150cm :D

Horticulture sabotage is the most dastardly of all ;) I really enjoyed tending to the plot, but at the same time, I used to garden with my mum a bit when she would be in the mood to do something out there. It was relaxing.

It is interesting that so few kids these days know where their food comes from.

The boys will help with gardening if J is doing it or asks them for help. Middle child seemed to really enjoy planting out her flowers (which have since died) but then incredulously asked me "People do this for fun?!" when she finished up XD

It comes from the grocery store right XD

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