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Barter Bistro - 30 Day Challenge - A Worm A Way-A Worm A Way-A Worm A Way

Updated on February 8, 2011

Bartering Need Patience

Day Eight follows Day Seven's event of posting the barter request for worms.  I hear crickets.  Silent Running.  Silence.  Nada.  Nothing.  No news.  You would have thought I would have just a "nibble."

Looked at the barter posts today.  Nothing new, but hubby saw my barter post after I said, "Hey, do a search for the word "worm".  It was the most recent/relevant barter post and  reading "They will go to a good home" made him smile. 

I figure if I put the worm composter behind the garage where there is no grass, we won't run over any worms and have the "Great Texas Red Wiggler Fiasco" with what few worms I'll be able to muster.  That way they won't get hung up on the lawnmower wheels or worse, gum up the blades.    Euuche!

Time Spent on Barter Bistro Project - 45 Minutes (I had to figure out how to toggle back from Yahoo email account) and check posts
Time Spent on reading other hubs non-worm or barter related topics: 38 minutes. 
Money Spent: $0
Amusement Factor: 6
Action Item:  Find better pictures for Hub.  Think up quick logo for Barter Bistro.

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    • hillrider profile image

      hillrider 6 years ago from Mid-west United States

      I have a problem with patience so I made my phone my receiver for all mail to any account. I ignore what I wish and still know instantly if something does come in. The only issue is if you get spam, then it can be annoying.

      Hope you enjoy a few of those crawlers on a hook too, well, as bait. Then you can offer the fish you catch and trade up ...LOL Just being silly.

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