English Setter

English Setters are pretty vocal. Along with the loud barking, many setters insist on joining their humans conversations with their own form of "talking"

My dog Addie is 11 right now and she acts like a puppy.
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I don't feel like writing more, so bye!

Addie, my English Setter

Mustard Plant 2

This is the sequel to the first Mustard Plant post.

I told you guys it would have flowers, now it does!
It doesn't even look like the same plant!
If you don't remember, it's called Tower Mustard (Arabis glabra)
Apparently you can eat it, but I think you should research it.

New photo (with flowers)

mustard plant

Old photo (without flowers)

Mongdol Rainbow

The dessert is a creamy custard filled with raspberry and lemon sauce on top of a cookie.

And it seems you can only find it at Oedo Nursery Cafe that's on Geoje Island.

I was looking for unique desserts to write about today and found this peculiar thing from Korea. At first I thought it was a gelatin dessert because I saw so many today.

I think it looks like a unicorn egg, but would have to be much bigger.

mongdol rainbow


Newts are one of my favorite animals!

they are friendly, and you can pick them up. But rough skinned newts are poisonous if you touch them, its supposed to protect them from predators.

but eastern newts are not poisonous, just make sure you don't have any cuts or anything on your hands when you pick them up.

eastern newt

Mustard Plant

This is Tower Mustard. I found it at my grandmother's house, i used the Seek app to find out what it was.

It's an endangered plant in the UK, but not in the USA.

It's scientific name is Arabis glabra.

What's weird is that it can NOT be used to make mustard! it's going to have small creamy colored flowers, so stay tuned.
mustard plant