The Joy Of Growing - SweetSue Goes Perpetual

Weaselcracker

Nug of the Year: 2016 - Member of the Month: Sept 2015, Nov 2016 - Nug of the Month: Oct 2016 - Plant of the Month: May 2016 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2020
This journal has been an epic ride Sue and with all it's ups and downs, didn't slow down since the day it started. A little bittersweet, looking back on it all. Thank you❤️ You're pretty inspirational, and I don't go saying stuff like that just to be nice. Hope you have an awesome time roaming around and I look forward to what you get up to next. And yes, Oregon is some beautiful country. Just saying...
 

SweetSue

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legal isn't all it's cracked up to be.. all it did to me is made me the worst critic lol

Legal should have meant free. :17: Evidently, the country founded on the principles of freedom and personal responsibility has a difficult time allowing us to be free and personally responsible.
 

Dave Groomer

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Thanks guys. :4: You made me smile real big. :3: ShiggityFlip, I'll be raring to go by the time I get home. I'll need to build a new closet space and refurbish the Tiny Closet. First thing I do the first day back is plant some seeds. They can grow anywhere while I get the spaces up to par.

Would It be cheaper to get another tent? You can pickup a 3x3 mars-hydro tent for $100. You can get 4 or 5 good sized plants in there. :peace:
 

Radogast

Grow Journal of the Month: April 2017
I still swing by my Spot at least once a day and drop something in, and then there're the other four or five threads I administer. I miss the grow journal though. I'm having a great time learning to vacation. I've this big, spacious house to myself all day long, so I get to sing at the top of my lungs and dance like a fool, use the treadmill and play online as much as I want. This is fun. I'll be ready to be home after two months. The trip ends with a run to Vegas! I can't even imagine myself in Vegas. :laugh2:

Vegas doesn't have to be wild - you can spend a whole day just looking at the ceilings and floors of the casinos.


Oregon is beautiful (My mom's family farm there dates to before the Oregon territories) but one ust also consider Hawaii when discussing beautiful states. The fruits, aromas, and ocean life in Hawaii are magnificent.
 

SweetSue

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Vegas doesn't have to be wild - you can spend a whole day just looking at the ceilings and floors of the casinos.

That's what I'm hoping to be able to do. Lots of wandering around in wonder. I'm not a gambler by nature.
 

SweetSue

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Would It be cheaper to get another tent? You can pickup a 3x3 mars-hydro tent for $100. You can get 4 or 5 good sized plants in there. :peace:

I've been watching you guys work with the smaller tents and thinking. My filtration system could handle a couple of those small, short tents and they'd be easier to break down and take with me when I move. They'd also be fairly easy to hide in the apartment. A 3x3 would still be a bit difficult to hide in my small space.

I'm still waffling on what exactly I want to grow. If I can find auto strains that would give me consistent quality for making oil, that's my best bet. That's the search I'm working on now.
 

electro gypsy

New Member
Legal should have meant free. :17: Evidently, the country founded on the principles of freedom and personal responsibility has a difficult time allowing us to be free and personally responsible.

can't tax or toll responsibility.. i think they are working on freedom though.

here in Washington it's all about the all mighty $$$.
 

SweetSue

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wait.. what? there's only one way to go to Vegas lol

Raoul Duke: We had two bags of grass, seventy-five pellets of ......

What a wild man. How are you still alive? :laugh2:
 

SweetSue

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Radogast

Grow Journal of the Month: April 2017
Legal should have meant free. :17: Evidently, the country founded on the principles of freedom and personal responsibility has a difficult time allowing us to be free and personally responsible.

Freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose.

To be knit picky, when they were complaining about "taxation without representation," many/most of the founding fathers were upset about NOT being included in the parlimentary system of representative government. They were complaining about loss of the protections of a government bureaucracy and a government/corporate responsibility system without participative representation. - - I don't know where the idea of personal responsibility crept in- maybe through the idea of personal responsibility in spiritual activities and freedom from a government established religion.
 

SweetSue

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Hi Susan...how ya holdin up girl? Thinking of ya! :circle-of-love:

Hey Duggan. :5: I'm having a great time, getting lots of studying done, enjoying the company of loved ones I haven't seen in seven years and relishing having this big house to ramble around in all day by myself. I've been singing at the top of my lungs and dancing like no one's watching. It's quite a delightful feeling since my brother-in-law complained to the landlord about me singing sappy love songs all day long. He lives in the apartment below me. That kinda put a damper on my joy for a few days before I left home. Being here alone all day long has healed that little hurt.

I was just missing you too Duggan, and that made it so sweet to find this post. :circle-of-love:
 

SweetSue

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I sure do miss my meds though. :17:
 

SweetSue

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