The Lime Custard recipe is Rixy's, and it's for his business, so I don't think I sent that one. Dale, if you want to try it, though, I'll ask him if it's OK and then send it on. I'm not a big fan of lime by itself, but mixed with the custard, it's really good. Actually, you could just add 4% Capella Lime to that Son of a Biscuit recipe and get something quite similar. Maybe even better! It would need to sit for a week to give the lime a chance to settle down, though, because it's very harsh right at first. And Rich might not have done much yesterday, but I sure did. I got most of the spring cleaning done that I've been putting off for the last several years. Yikes, there was so much fuzz on things because of the VG residue when I was vaping 80%VG. I had to wipe everything down with a solution of Simple Green to cut the goo, then re-wax and buff. Basically I refinished all the living room furniture. My hands are so sore from all that, it's not funny. Then I vacuumed, swept, mopped, and did a couple loads of laundry. Today I have one more load of laundry (well, two, but one load is just bathroom rugs and towels), but I'm going to just sit the rest of the day and enjoy my sparkling clean house. While it lasts. With two dogs, one having a dense double coat, and four cats all living in the house, it won't stay clean very long. I still have to clean the porches and wipe down all the appliances (which is not as easy as it sounds, considering the number of fridges and freezers we have). So I'm not done, but I did enough to make myself feel good about it. Morning chores have been taking me longer, too. We have to give some of the cats a liquid antibiotic for their upper respiratory infection, and three of the four are ferals. I have a system now, but it's time consuming, and that little orange kitten Rich mentioned is SOOOOO skinny, I've been bringing him in morning and evening and letting him eat his fill of canned food, in the hope he'll put some weight on. His siblings are way bigger than he is, but he's so sweet, he's definitely coming to live in the house. And there's another one that's very sweet also, and lets us pick him up. That one has a very loud purr-motor, so he's obviously enjoying the human contact, so he's coming in, too. Buncha crazy old cat people live here, that's fer sure. Oh, and get this, I found TWO MORE kittens yesterday morning. Another calico, and another orange tabby. There might be more, but I only saw those two. The original mama cat, the mother of all these damblasted garage cats, apparently got herself pregnant again and went off and had more babies. She was gone for a while and we thought she'd gone off in search of a new husband, but evidently she was having her kittens in private. Now she's brought them back and stashed them in the boxes in the back of the garage. This seems like it will never end.... That's two litters for her just this summer. Her daughters have each had one litter so far... God help us.