Wow that is depressing.
okay but is that michelle’s fault for pushing for healtheir lunches or is it school districts’ faults for cutting corner by cutting calories but not making lunch any healthier?
let’s look into it.
Yes, thank you. Because yes she is pushing for a healthier lunch, but the schools still value football over feeding their students, which means that instead of providing enough healthy food to keep their students from starving, they are cutting down the amount of food available to fit within the caloric requirements … while then taking the money they saved to re-sod the football field for the third year in a row. Maybe new uniforms.
thank you for adding that. i really really doubted michelle wanted this to happen.
!!! I’m thinking about buying some potting supplies from the local Ace and having a bunch of outdoor plants in pots, so this is actually helpful!
Any idea which of these might grow well in Portland, Oregon? I grew up in Arizona and don’t have a good feel for what grows in wetter climates.
Going by the stuff that will happily grow in our very soggy British garden, most of these should grow just fine, and the anemone, snowdrops and geranium will also definitely cope in shady conditions too (the others might as well but I’m going on what I know we have)
Also! If you can find it, plant Magic Mountain Basil (it’s purple). Our bee friends here in San Diego LOVE it! bonus: you get fresh basil for your home cooked meals P:
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