Pippin has strong feelings about his catnip…
Cynthia McKenna is a therapist in private practice in the Texas Hill Country. She's passionate about helping clients find peace in their lives. She can often be found in the garden, kitchen, or hanging out with the dogs and cats. You can learn more about her work here.
Eight hours have passed – already! Time to take out the tea bag. Squeeze out the excess compost tea and then put the contents back into your compost bin. Rinse out the bag and hung it to dry…ready for the next batch.
I used an old spoon to stir the compost tea and repositioned the air stones so they were distributed evenly (sort of) Now we wait 18-24 hours and the tea will be ready. My compost tea mostly smells like the fish emulsion that I added – but it's a pleasant smell.
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Mr. Pippin is 5 1/2 months old now and we celebrated with a new toy. Pity the sound isn't better because he is purring madly. He is quite a kitten.
Cynthia McKenna is a psychotherapist
specializing in anxiety, depression and healthy living. You can learn
more about her work