Tuesday, October 6, 2009

New Beads Later



I listed some new beads yesterday, including two pairs of beaded beads made with size15 japanese seed beads - I love those! And I'll be listing some more later today.

Make sure you already ate before you read the following, fair warning!!!!!

But first, I get to go change my clothes. Why, you ask? Because I get to go outside and "lime" a dead deer in my backyard. Seems that even though you call the game commission when you have a dead deer in your backyard (which I did't know until this occurrence), and they say they'll send a warden out to "lime" it, they don't really mean it. I just can't wait another day with the smell, and the potential for vermin, rodents and disease...

Edited to add - not much to do - nature's food chain took care of most of it!

Oh, and a very helpful person at Home Depot told me that you get powdered lime, not the granulated lime that you can get at the Home Depot. You have to go to your local hardware store to find it. I'll let you know how it goes!

8 comments:

stregata said...

Love those green beads - what a gorgeous colour!!
How do you get a dead dear in your backyard????

SueBeads said...

I wish I knew! It looked like it was a yearling, and it was behind a stockade fence. It either tried to jump or it just died there? I'm glad it didn't jump into my pool! My pool is there, then the stockade fence, then the deer...

Silver Parrot said...

Beautiful beads, but sorry about the deer.

Marbella Jewelry Designs said...

lovely beads!
yikes a dead deer, i would freak out. poor thing

Cindy said...

Beautiful beads as always!! And what an awful story about the poor deer. I hope by now it was removed...that would really be too much for me!
Cindy
www.sweetbeadstudio.com

sanda reynolds Mullingar,Ireland said...

So sorry about the deer...
But the beeds are fantastic, wonderful colors!
Lots of love, Sanda xx

Adventures with Millie Making Jewelry said...

I can't even imagine finding something like that in my yard! Shocking... Best of luck! (Love the colors of your new beads!)

Marie Cramp said...

I panic when I see dead things. I used to breed Love Birds and when my female died of egg binding, I could not even touch her, I was shaking like a leaf.

Great beads ;)

Marie