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Thursday, December 15, 2016

It Must Be A Heathen Miracle!

So....we go from waking up at 3 am (why does everything always happen at 3 am?) with terrible tooth pain. Waves of pain that sends you to Urgent Care and the pharmacy for pain meds........then......crickets. It's now Thursday. She can't even keep a lie going for two days. Tip For Jenna: if you go through the whole story on Sunday of tooth pain, doctor, pain meds, etc.....perhaps you can then talk about how on Monday you were waiting on the dentist to open his door so you can get your poor infected tooth....that is inches from your brain...taken care of. When you don't follow up with your tragic story, it leads us to think you're drunk. I'm beginning to think you're drunk most of the time.

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  1. "Yesterday I got home from late from hunting. I got swept up in the chase and the drama of it all. What was supposed to be an hour turned into two and as I crawled over fallen logs and ran to catch up with a flying beast - I was grateful I wolfed down some leftover bacon and chunk of cheese. "

    Yep - this is how the person with unbearable tooth pain spent her day.

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    1. Exactly! Antibiotics only last so long. She should be out of pain pills and antibiotics in 7-10 days if the scripts are from an Urgent Care.

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    2. If the pain was from the nerve dying then it could be pain free the next day. Once the nerve is dead there's usually no pain anymore. It has happened to me.

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  2. Thought it was worth mentioning the boots again. Someone needs to tell her how to take care of her expensive boots. I would but I'm blocked.

    She set her leather boots by the fire to dry? And she thinks they are cracked all over because of Jenna-level-wear? Would someone please tell Miss Expert at everything that the surest way to crack your leather boots are to dry them by the fire.

    Advice to JFW. Do a simple Google search and you will find this:

    "Putting your leather boots on a radiator or near a fire will dry them out too quickly – from the surface inwards – and lead to cracking of the leather and possibly also damage to the glues which hold the boots together."

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  3. Basically everything she does/says nowadays strikes me as odd. She is really falling apart at the seams and doesn't have the self awareness to realize it.
    She'll label it all as 'scrappy!' until the day she dies.

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  4. Jenna via Twitter:

    "Cold night ahead - everything with hooves gets extra calories & bedding. Everything with paws gets to have some of the chili I'm making."

    Only an idiot would give a dog chili. That idiot is Jenna Woginrich.

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    1. No wonder her dogs shit uncontrollably on the stairs. Serves her right. What a whackjob.

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    2. She's not feeding them dog food? Last week she said something about making pasta and sharing it with them. This is why I think she needs an intervention. She can't even feed herself and two dogs. Is she feeding her cats at all?

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    3. No wonder the dogs have so many injuries. Dogs need high quality DOG food to be healthy. Especially "working" dogs. Once again, she's too lazy to remove her ass from in front of the computer and get the correct food for her pets on an everyday basis.
      The correct food reduces injuries and illnesses. She's an idiot.

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    4. I'm finding this strange as well. Three times in the last week or ten days she's mentioned sharing her meal with the dogs. It's odd that she's taking the trouble to mention something so trivial --- so what's up? Call me crazy but I think she's developing an eating disorder. Talk of food, hunger, portion sizes (carefully noting her cheese chunk was a 1/3 of the size of her palm, four THIN slices of bacon etc).....perhaps feeding the dogs part of her meals is a facet of a meal time ritual meant to reduce the amount eaten.

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  5. I can't wrap my head around why she would need new boots every year. I wore the same pair of snow boots for 5 new england winters, and during the fall rains. The sole finally separated from the booty when they were done. I wore them religiously for hiking, dog walks, and snow shoveling. Goodness knows how many miles I got out of them!

    I also have a leather pair of Fat Baby boots that are going into their fourth year. Still in good shape.

    Either those are some shit boots or she is letting them sit in mud/water when not in use.

    -G.

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    1. Or 3) It's the Jenna show 24/7/365/ If something tickles her fancy, she buys it. It's other people's hard earned money so it matters not to her. Instant gratification at all times.

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    2. Ask yourself this question- does she really take care of anything she has? She broke, or so she said, a new pair of glasses less than a year old. She made a claim she hadn't had new glasses in years, which was proven a lie by someone on here. They were able to go back a year on FB and find the posts of her picking new glasses out. So her new glasses lasted less than a year. This past year she got another pair. She hasn't taken care of her home or anything in it- bad plumbing, wiring, septic, heating and probably so much more the eye doesn't see. Her roof is shot and she will never fix it. She claims to make preparations each year for winter, but I've never ever seen proof of that. She buys her hay for her livestock a few bales at a time from whomever will part with it. It's the same with firewood, a load here or there will be dropped on her lawn. Sometimes from neighbors who just feel sorry for her and her total lack of preparedness.

      She once counted was it 6 or 8 kilts in her collection purchased over about 2 years or so. Each kilt minimum price was $250.00. I know this because she included the link to where she purchases them from. So as a supposed poor homesteader just starting out or looking toward the purchase of CAF she was able to afford kilts costing upwards of $250-400 a piece. And these were bought for fun! She has very expensive tastes for someone so lacking an actual income. $200.00 boots every year, fancy glasses every year, $150-300.00 jeans to wear doing chores, several very expensive saddles for what? She has at least 3 tablets, a beaten up smart phone, a Macbook or two and so much more. She doesn't have to take care of any of it because she replaces much of it with the newest and shiniest version entirely funded by her frenzied followers on FB every year.

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    3. It's all so wasteful!!

      -G.

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    4. Not to mention the fact that she has to buy a different vehicle every year or two, and she even admits that she "runs them hard," which I would guess means she doesn't do any maintenance.

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    5. My guess also. She must not do tune ups or oil changes. Once again, it's part of the throw away Jenna Woginrich culture. If purchased with someone else's money, it's automatically disposable.

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  6. How can a pork share that hasn't even been born yet be considered something you give to someone as a Christmas gift this year? Who in their right mind would send $ for a pig share when so many things could go wrong between now and next winter?

    Foreclosure could happen- I say it could, but I am fairly certain she can squeeze at least a few more months of mortgages out of her followers. After that I am guessing another Kickstarter..So the pigs, should she buy them, may have a place to reside next summer.

    She cannot raise the money to buy said pigs and also be able to feed them. Though she probably will raise the money for the pigs, but they'll have to eat dirt, hay and apples until fattened up for butchering.

    Some crisis that she won't get into online will come along and she won't be able to raise the pigs for the pig share. No refund guys because remember according to her and her minions this is the risk of every CSA.

    A year goes by and she forgets who paid for a share. Apparently she doesn't keep records of anything. This really happened to me with her. She claimed to have no record of a logo I purchased. Even when I sent her the PayPal transaction she claimed she could not remember the conversation- what I'd wanted, for how much agreed upon and so on and so forth.

    The pigs may escape. The pigs may die unexpectedly.

    Before anyone donates a dime they should stand back and take a look at the big picture and peruse her blog or FB over a year's time and look at all the variables to consider -burst pipes, trucks that don't work, plumbing issues, teeth issues, dog issues, lambing issues, predator issues with chickens, binge drinking, a whole lot of inconsistencies and lying, constant fire sales, constant hinting for donations, Birchthorn, Maude, Merlin, Annie, AK the hawk, and so much more.

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  7. Can I interest anyone in a pork share for summer 2025? I'll even throw in a season pass to non-existent workshops and a leather bound signed volume of a non-existent book.

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    1. Can I visit the non-existent farm and get your worthless autograph?

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  8. Our favorite consumer has scored again: land line phone in the shape of a Pepsi can. Cheap, she says. When you're supposed to be broke, $35 is not cheap. Last week saw her hand-wringing about an urgent care visit (a quarter of a grand!) this week she's throwing money away on kitschy household items she already owns.

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    1. For someone who hates talking on the phone so much, I find it hilarious that she's so excited about her new phone! Contradict yourself much????

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    2. Some knobhead seriously gave Snowflake a paypal/ebay gift card FOR A PEPSI PHONE? She posted on twitter that was all she wanted for Christmas, and there you go.

      Who are these nitwits with so much disposable cash??

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    3. Anon 4:04....I know, I know---- did it really work that way or was it just coincidence? If she's sporting new Dublin's by the weekend we'll know!

      Think about all the people in the world that don't have enough food or can barely keep a roof over their heads and then ponder why people routinely send this spoiled 30 year old presents and cash.

      Get up off your butt and take care or yourself, Woginrich.

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    4. Buying more of what you already have that works...yes, that's what all poor people do.

      It'd crazy people give money to someone with so many expensive hobbies and items.

      When you can spend a mortgage payment in shoes over a 12 month period...you're not in any type of financial predicament.

      Add her boots to what she spent on running sneakers alone (per reddit) and she's just about hit a mortgage payment.

      Must be nice!

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    5. What's weird is that under completed listings for vintage pepsi phones since mid-November none have sold. Though there are 2 listed and one of them not sold is $35.00.

      I assume more tall tales of things she really spent donations on.

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    6. Never mind, I found it. She purchased it today for $34.99 and used the seller's photo to brag about it on FB.

      Of course keeping it classy she is sure to call everyone a dummy for getting rid of their landline.

      Coincidentally I looked up the word dummy and the very definition of it was--a model or replica of a human being.

      I think buying a second antiquated dial up phone in the shape of a Pepsi can "used for $35.00" is ludicrous. It's exactly what every broke person would buy if they were given a $35.00 gift card (eye roll) for eBay. But she said she was given a paypal/ebay giftcard which was a dead giveaway, for me anyways, that she bought it herself.

      For as much as she uses PayPal she would know that on PayPal someone can send money to your account to increase your balance or you yourself can put $ on your PayPal balance and use it like a credit card or you can buy or someone can send you a pre-loaded PayPal giftcard. You can use your PayPal giftcard or PayPal balance/card on any site or at almost any place offline.

      Then there is an eBay gift card that you would use on eBay's site.

      So which is it Jenna? A PayPal pre-loaded giftcard or an eBay giftcard, it can't be both..smh

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    7. Yup, she could've bought that extension cord and had money left over

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    8. On eBay she could have bought a heavy duty outdoor extension cord 50 ft for $35.50. This is something she actually needs and has stated she knows she needs but has never purchased. Instead a reader announced they would send her one so instead of buying something else that is desperately needed, like heat wrap or tape, she bought a novelty item she already owns. I see a person can get heat tape and wrap to help with pipes, especially good for toilet freezes, from $18.00 up to $35.00 on eBay. Maybe she will consider some of these items that would help repair frozen toilets and waterers should she get another "eBay gift card."

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  9. I'm confused...her parents are already grandparents.

    5 hours ago - View on Twitter
    I guess buying one of these is easier than telling your mom and dad they'll never be grandparents?

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    1. I think the psychosis is setting in.....

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    2. I just don't understand the comment - very odd. It's probably the bourbon talking...
      What a sad, lost girl.

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    3. Jenna is such a narcissist. Forget that her sister has children. If Jenna doesn't have children her parents won't ever have grandchildren.
      Only Jenna's accomplishments count towards anything. Other human beings don't even exist to Jenna unless she wants to take something from them.

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    4. You're right anon 5:58 ---narcissism at its finest.

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  10. Speaking of hawk shit and all that. Remember when she posted that it was not allowed that she (or anyone) cannot use their falcon/hawk for profit? She did not post about the hawk at all for a while after that.

    What's different now? She is basically using the hawk to promote her blog, which is profit-driven.

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  11. I was shopping online for leather boots today, and by chance I came across this gem:

    "Mink oil, specifically, will degrade the sole adhesion and can lead to separation of soling over time—we do not recommend the use of mink oil anywhere on our boots, as it can eventually seep down to the sole.

    Do not attempt to dry your shoes by exposing them to high heat, such as a clothes dryer, a hair dryer or by leaving them on a radiator or next to a fire. Doing so may damage leather or rubber soles."

    So there you have it. No mink oil, no drying by the fire. So much for her expertise.

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    1. I guess she's trying to give the impression that she does soooo much that her boots wear out every year?

      Even though I'm not a farmer (and let's face it, neither is Jenna), my Doc Marten boots and shoes take a beating and show no signs of wearing out to the point of replacing. My oldest are 18 years old. Those soles are made to last!!

      Jenna is living in her own weird reality where common sense and honesty don't exist.

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    2. Anon 4:23 - You hit the nail on the head. That is exactly the impression she is trying to make.

      Her boots are props. She spends most of her time in front of a computer.

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  12. My father farmed 1,200 acres of wheat. He always used what he called "boot grease" on his work boots. It's actually called Huberd's Shoe Grease. I see that you can still buy it. It's made from pine tar and beeswax.

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    1. I might add, that his boots he wore every single day lasted for years.

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    2. She does not need to take care of her stuff because she has a fan base that will replace them.

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  13. I see she is back to bragging about her addiction to carbs and sugar. The keto diet lasts what? a week? each time she brags about being on that. A week might actually be pushing it. But look for it to appear again in her postings come marathon training time next spring.

    "If it wasn't for my addiction to carbs & sugar I'd look like a person on a D&D manual"

    uh huh sure

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    1. More like the thing that lives in the dungeon.

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  14. From the Dublin website on proper boot care:

    "How to Care for Your Dublin Boots

    Leather is a natural product that requires care. To ensure your new purchase provides you with optimum performance please see the following helpful information:

    We recommend that all boots are wiped clean with a damp cloth after each use; especially after wearing in muddy or dusty environments or in contact with manure/waste liquids which can be corrosive to leather.

    Should your Dublins become saturated, remove the insoles and fill with paper to retain their shape. Dry them naturally, away from direct heat, to prevent the leather from cracking.

    Use a beeswax or leather conditioner to keep the leather in the best condition. These can both nourish the leather and keep them looking great."

    Note to Jenna - You have a computer. Look this up.

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    1. Breaks my heart to see that picture of those beautiful and expensive leather boots right next to her woodstove, drying out and cracking. A lot of people, including myself, would love to be able to afford those boots. But why take care of them when your fans will buy you a shiny new pair every year.

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    2. Really. And Passier Lederbalsam works great. I have riding boots that I've had for thirty years (and spent thousands of hours in the saddle), and they're still in good shape. Also, I'm not an idiot and have taken care of them and not used them as creek waders.

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    3. You are right. Leather should never be used as creek waders. Why doesn't she know this by now?

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  15. Jenna saying she replaces her boots every year is like the 40 year old virgin saying boobs feel like sand! Neither have any idea what they're talking about so they guess.
    If Jenna truly farmed she would know the real answer of how often she needs to replace her boots.

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  16. Jenna via Twitter:

    "My hawk just pooped in my coffee."

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    1. That's just gross. Not anything to brag about.

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  17. She reminds me of Trump. She makes up her own reality. She never lets facts stand in her way.

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    1. I love Ricky Gervais: "You can have your own opinions. But you can't have your own facts."

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  18. Want a rushed, half-ass drawing?
    "Want to give a special gift? I have time for 3 people to do a color portrait in pencil and watercolor of their animal of choice (wildlife, pet, livestock, etc) for $100. Will sketch this afternoon. Once you approve it colored and in the the mail tomorrow AM!

    Any takers? Message me!!"

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    1. Must need $300 for new boots.

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    2. Probably still trying to get money for her telemetry unit. Here's an idea for mama W: offer to buy the unit if Jenna deigns to grace the family Christmas get together.

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    3. GOsh, I am in the wrong business. I can do rushed, half-ass drawing for $300...

      Hmmmm...

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    4. Her artwork is utter crap. That's an objective criticism. Her artistic ability is on par with a junior high student. Charging $100 for something that bad is criminal. You can get much better quality stuff on Etsy any day of the week.

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    5. At some point someone from her hometown commented that Jenna's "art work" now reminded her of Jenna's drawings when Jenna was in high school.

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    6. Jenna's artwork looks like very basic clip art that anyone can find online.
      Anyone who buys that crap is making a pity donation. They are not purchasing artwork.

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  19. Fuck the sleigh, lady. You can't even manage a trip to urgent care for a couple hundred dollars without acting like it's a Big Deal. Focus all your attention and energy on getting your teeth fixed unless you'd like another night of agonizing tooth pain and infection in your sinuses.

    Either she's full of crap or insane.

    Oh, and just a tip, Jenna, that hunk of junk you drive is going to shit the bed at some point as well. Probably in the next year or two. Pull your head out of your ass and shelve your hedonistic tendencies in favor of survival before you end up toothless and homeless, with no way to drive back home to Ma's.

    Jenna Woginrich: Does anyone have a cutter sleigh they would want to trade for? In working order not a lawn decoration.

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    1. Is she going to pull it? Every winter she states she cannot get Merlin out of his pen because the gate is frozen shut (shit and snow frozen). I suppose he's expected to perform as her CAF prop when she isn't ignoring him until spring, all the while he's standing out under his lean to with a frozen beard covered in snow. While of course she's inside worrying about a red tailed hawk and the elements, and bedded down for the night with her 2 dogs and 2 cats snug up next to her pot belly stove. Surely tweeting every 2 hours about how much of a badass she is to survive such brutal temperatures on her side of the mountain with her 50 pets.

      Poor Merlin :( If there is an upside to this it is that he may actually get some exercise. Maybe.

      If her story wasn't so pathetic it would hilarious. Here she is begging for a cutter, which is a lightweight type of sleigh,(so you don't need to say both words) and she has a beat up wreck of a truck that won't start 1/2 the time. Last week she was crying she couldn't pay for her $250.00 urgent care visit and this week she is buying novelty rotary phones. Things she puts up to try and make herself look authentic she has actually tried to "sell" like her knit sleeve with the horns on them or her knit cap. Supposedly selling these two items would pay her $1000 mortgage...

      Jenna code-
      toothache = new puppy
      knit cap = mortgage late
      selling cart or carts(if there are any left) =mortgage late
      selling prized $200.00 or less fiddle= mortgage late
      truck won't start = movie $
      Gibson's toe is broke = audio book to the hardcover just bought
      pipes froze = bourbon, another month of Netflix and new hair extensions
      this farm needs a miracle = send cash NOW
      send me christmas cards, your cassette tapes, old books lying around = please include gifts of cash
      luck = cash
      buy a logo at a discount and I'll start it in 6 months = mortgage is late again
      buy a pig share and I'll buy the pigs next summer= bills I have now that are overdue
      wolves at the door = send cash NOW

      I think that about covers it!

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  20. Guys, cutter sleighs in solid, safe working condition run from $500-$700+ in New England. I wouldn't hitch up one cheaper than that unless I knew it was from a reputable and trustworthy source. We just purchased one in NH for our Haflinger after an extensive search in the area for something both safe and functional, and ended up spending $750.00.

    Not sure what she has to trade/offer in return for that amount these days...

    And an awfully expensive toy to purchase given she can't afford basic home upkeep.

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    1. She probably wants to trade a couple of pigs share 2017 or 2018 for one so she can sell it and buy that telemetry unit.

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    2. Someone asked her budget for the sleigh, her reply:

      Jenna Woginrich: no budget right now, hoping to see if someone will trade for share of a pig or something

      Sweet, huh? You maybe, someday, get some pork if she doesn't go belly up first and if she doesn't lose your contact info.

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    3. She only has 1/4 left for next fall. Maybe they'll barter for 2018 pork? From what I've seen the sled world be worth at least a whole pig and a bit more.

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    4. Last time she bought a carriage she sold it after just a few months...needed the money for other more pressing expenses.

      Needs come first, wants you save for.

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    5. Please... Jenna has no intention to trade ANYTHING! She is hoping her not so subtle hint for a sleigh will encourage one of her clueless fans to just donate one to her. This is how she lives her entire life, throw out the hints via one crisis after another or stating what she would really love to have etc. and then sitting back on her ass and waiting to see what her followers will cough up. That's her "job" after all.

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    6. You are correct. It's nothing but "I want, I want, I want"

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  21. lol I love the way she re-posted her address in case anyone else wanted to send her an xmas card. It wasn't enough she got some, she wants MORE. And don't tell me she didn't deliberately try to suggest that she was celebrating Christmas, which she isn't as a practicing Heathen. Will she also be reminding her Jewish readers that they can send her a little something when Chanukah rolls around?

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  22. Hanukkah and Christmas are the same this year, damn, donations are down.
    The Cold Antler Farm as an effin Currier and Ives shtick, like let's sleigh down for a ham and cheese hero at Standards, look at me poodles I'm real badass in this effin thing, Jingle Bells Merlin smells Friday laid and egg. Meanwhile the place has bird shit everywhere, goats in the house, dogs eatin chili, rabbits, mice and books in the freezer, ice in the toilet, bourbon everywhere else and damn if this farm don't need the Christmas miracle! Ma Wofinrich, this ain't no damn hotel lobby, call me on my Pepsi phone I ain't got no damn cell phone. This farce is about to end but we've been saying that for years

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    1. Oh, shit that was funny! Imagine being Mrs.W getting the brush off from her 34 year old daughter knowing full well she's communicating through a Pepsi phone.

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    2. Love your posts! Keep 'em coming!

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  23. She is such a blatantly crass, utterly shameless, amoral, huckster out for cold cash and pointless toys to fuel her shallow consumer urges - never to better care for her property or the poorly housed and under-utilized prop animals of CAF.

    FU, Jenna Woginrich. Your ways disgust a lot of people. Get a real life, and get a soul while you're at it.

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  24. Can we celebrate my "chicken friend" who rides a bike in NYC in pumps, no helmet and while talking on her cell phone! Like maybe be a friend and tell this bimbo to WAKE THE F Up, you have kids hipster shithead try no to orphan them while biking to the farmers market for organic dinosaur kale. Yep, birds of a feather, what a generation of dumkoffs

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  25. JW: I hate talking on the phone! Don't even think about calling me unless you set up an appointment!
    JW: Look at the cute phone I just bought isn't it amazing!

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  26. "Thank you to all who are sending along cards, little gifts, and kind words! But it is fun going to the mailbox!"

    With the emphasis on "Little Gifts". Yes, I am sure it is fun for her to go to the mailbox. So much fun that she posted her address again in hopes of getting more "Little Gifts". Milk it for all it's worth, JFW. What will you come up with after Christmas is over?

    BTW, is she sending any "little gifts" back?

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  27. I just noticed that behind her pic of her riding boots is the Bunbaker wood stove she got shortly after moving in. It's encrusted with dirt and there's rust on the bottom of it. RUST. She's only had that thing, what, five years?

    I supplement heat with a wood stove and I've had mine for 16 years. It looks pristine. Only had to replace a few fire bricks on the inside so far.

    Rust??? How the F did it get rusted??? And it's filthy. What does she do, throw water on it, dirt? Wow. That's an expensive stove I wouldn't mind owning. (I have a basic stove with a window)

    In JW fashion, she trashes everything she owns. Unreal.

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    1. I looked and sure enough--rust! How in the hell does that happen?!?

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    2. HEY JENNA!

      1) Wipe down that Bunburner with a damp cloth.
      2) Take a wire brush to the rusted parts.
      3) Use steel wool to smooth it out.
      4) Get some stove black (cheap) and paint it on

      You're welcome.

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  28. I also noticed her boots were not wiped down as they were drying by the wood stove. To properly care for boots they should first be wiped down, be dried AWAY from any heat source and then be rubbed down with some type of beeswax cream, not mink oil.

    BTW, I went on to the Dublin boot website and these look like the Mersey boots, priced at $279! Don't know if hers are Dublins, but they look expensive.

    http://www.dublinclothing.com/products/lifestyle-boots/dublin-mersey-boots

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  29. Actually they look like the Dublin Pinnacle style boot. $200 But in any event, expensive. Naturally, notice that she went with a brand that fits in with her Scottish faux persona (Dublin).

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    1. You're right. On the Dublin site they are $239.

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  30. I took a break Jenna break for several month. Thought maybe it would change. HA! I have a theory for the upcoming Christmas. Remember she was sick at Thanksgiving, now mention of the turkey she kills each year to share with friends (there was a whole butcher by headlight once). This was one her favorite rituals. Wonder if the invitation was lost this year? Now we've have the massive tooth ache infection inches from my brain but not followup dental care. My theory is that is will recur over the Christmas weekend, too sick to go anywhere, nothing open oh my the crisis that can happen. And is regards to the her last post...bet all of these were paying clients no good cheer for those plain folk who just sent greetings. New Year coming....just another groundhog year for CAF.

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  31. Shhhhh.....no one be telling her about these viking boots. She be wanting them next.

    http://www.outfit4events.com/eur/product/3093-high-viking-boots/

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  32. **Jenna via Twitter**:

    "@BrookeSalesLee Her Mews is attached to my house, but I learned long ago posting any pic of where an animal lives is an invite to trouble."

    It only invites trouble if the animal is living in deplorable conditions, which they are. Jenna Woginrich won't leave her farm in anyone else's care because she knows that they will call Animal Control and report her. Same reason she won't post any photos of the farm except close-ups of the animals.

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    1. Exactly. If her animals were well taken care of then photos would not show anything worthy of calling animal control.
      She also wouldn't be paranoid about every car driving by.
      What a horrible existence, guarding her house in fear of what people may see if they drive by/come over (maybe why no more group workshops? Harder to control who sees what?)
      This is why I think she is mentally ill---taking good care of her animals does not require much. The begging of money could be used for upkeep. If she had a genuine concern for her animals' well being, it easily translates into wanting to muck the pens etc.

      I really wish someone local would call animal control. I think there is a lot going on that she does not want anyone to know about.

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    2. Wow. This is telling, for sure. Like many farmers/animal owners, I routinely post photos on many social media outlets of my horses in their stalls and paddocks, my piggies rooting around in their pens in all their pig glory, and our chickens and barn cats doing what they do best. I wouldn't think twice about posting these photos and videos up. How bad must it be to consider posting photos up "an invite to trouble" ?

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  33. Jenna via Twitter:

    "I think so little of people who do not pay attention & don't hold doors open for their fellow man or say thanks when others do it for them."

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME? What about people (JENNA) who can't bring herself to thank anyone for their donations or requested advice?!

    Jenna Woginrich is a psychotic hypocrite!
    SMH!

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      she's a pip

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    2. Haha! Jinx! She owes you a Coke (or a Pepsi phone)!

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    3. Great minds anon 12:49!

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  34. I've lost track of how many times people have spoken up about giving Jenna money and never receiving a 'thank you'....lol she's so oblivious to her own behavior.

    Jenna Woginrich ‏@coldantlerfarm
    I think so little of people who do not pay attention & don't hold doors open for their fellow man or say thanks when others do it for them.

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    1. She's projecting her own behavior onto others.

      "Psychological projection is a theory in psychology in which humans defend themselves against their own unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others."

      "Projection, one main mechanism of paranoia, is also frequently a symptom of narcissistic and borderline personalities."

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  35. She's knitting with Zwartbles yarn. I'm a knitter, I can assure you that $10/100g is crazy expensive. I just checked, I could get 100% pure alpaca fancy yarn for $6/100g, some perfectly reasonable acrylic for $2/100g, or if you want natural fibers, some regular 100% wool for $4/100g. Of course, she also has sheep - where's her yarn?

    I guess it's right in line with $200 boots and $300 jeans, but her tastes definitely run to the most expensive things she can find, even in fairly affordable hobbies like knitting (for those of you wondering what the big deal over a few dollars is, you typically need about 10 skeins to make a sweater, so she's opting for a $100 sweater vs. a $20 one)

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    1. Well, if that sweater turns out anything like those tablecloth-like cape she sewed......

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    2. Did she say she was knitting a sweater with it?!

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  36. First it's 1/4 share yesterday, to 3/4 share last night to a share today. Which is it? Bad math again, right? Buyers Beware because by next summer she will have forgotten all of you.

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    1. I think some people backed out when they realized it was pay now for next year's pork.

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  37. She's shitting in the woods again!

    "The plumbing is still an issue here (calling for some creative resourcefulness I’m certain you don’t want to hear about). "

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    1. Honestly, I don't think it has ever stopped. That's my honest, objective opinion.

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    2. Apparently a camp toilet placed in the bathroom is beyond her mental capacity. Or fixing the plumbing.

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  38. Lol I guess someone didn't hold the door open for her because she's taken to FB and twitter to yowl about it. Only someone as narcissistic as her would think it was a slight directed at her if someone failed to hold a door open for her. Maybe they were just distracted. How does someone this petty navigate through life?

    Jenna Woginrich: I think more of a person who would look me in the eye and throw a punch than a person who avoids all eye contact with me and says nothing when I hold a door open for them. Or when people don't look behind them when they leave a shop to see if the door they are about to release might hit another person!? At least the puncher validates my humanity.

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    1. Honestly, when is the last time anyone just threw a punch at you? Huh?

      I just don't get her logic. She really wants you to think she's some tough scrappy Disney lass in the highlands of Never Never Land where rough and tumble injustice is the norm and she's trying the patience of her dear mother who wants her to grow up.

      Yeah, right.

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  39. Jenna's latest Blog post:

    ".. Also, the antibiotics stopped my toothache. If I can afford the trip to the dentist I will go Tuesday. Things are touch and go right now."

    What a load of bullshit per usual. She could easily afford the dental visit if she chose to spend her money on it.

    But spending your ill gotten gains on adults things is just a bummer, man! Can I get a hell yeah from all the gullible SOBs out there?

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  40. If I can afford....

    Things are touch and go.....

    If you're sweating a trip to the dentist because funds are tight why buy a Pepsi phone? Rather than step foot in a library she buys every book that catches her fancy. Movies? Oh, yes! A grown woman cannot be expected to wait for Moana to hit Netflix.

    No indoor plumbing? That would be really sad if you had a short memory and forgot that she simply had to own an eight thousand dollar pony. A homeowner should know that repairs and maintenance are inevitable. Her choices are more in line with someone with a terminal illness ticking off items on their bucket list. She doesn't have any plumbing for the same reason she's worried about paying the dentist-- she prioritized her numerous (sometimes expensive) hobbies over her basic responsibilities.

    "Well, mostly. The pipes did freeze in one faucet and are in the process of unfreezing. The plumbing is still an issue here (calling for some creative resourcefulness I’m certain you don’t want to hear about). Also, the antibiotics stopped my toothache. If I can afford the trip to the dentist I will go Tuesday. Things are touch and go right now."

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  41. The freaking chutzpah of this shameless creature to YET AGAIN - for the umpteeth time over all her effing platforms, all the endless, lying years - to dare to print that final, slimy sentence. She makes me feel the online version of road rage. Really.

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    1. touch and go- "uncertain, precarious, risky, chancy, hazardous, dangerous, critical, suspenseful, cliffhanging, hanging by a thread; dicey."

      Jenna -touch and go does not mean cannot afford telemetry unit or I didn't listen to boot advice and now my $200. boots are cracked--again! Or new movie in theater must go or new light brown hair extensions are on sale on Amazon must buy. You must have read Jenna code and decided to use a new code word. Only touch and go is most used when someone is critically ill or injured and doctors are not sure they are going to live. Your predicaments, every single one of them, are self-inflicted. Your tooth could have been fixed by now had your forgone instant gratification purchases. Your pipes should they really be an issue should have been fixed by now because your septic clean out was paid by readers. I remember you pleading with readers to please help you out and donate to save the farm. At that time you would not listen to people who told you to heat tape your pipes and concluded quite briskly to people that everything was fixed. It probably wasn't, but you've taken in over $25000.00 just in Gofundme's and Kickstarters and subscriptions since then. Your pipes could have been fixed, but you wanted new jeans, new haircut, new boots, new hawk gear, new hair extensions and glasses. The mere waste that has taken place on CAF and the ill spent donations is enough to make my head spin.

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  42. Imagine not being able to have anyone over because you don't have a working toilet!
    She can label it scrappy or feral, but if you can't afford to have basic plumbing, and aren't trying to do whatever it takes to get the $ to fix it, you aren't mentally fit enough to care for yourself.
    Her parents really need to step in and get Jenna admitted on a 5150.

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    1. She lives in CHAOS (Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome).

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  43. Can you imagine paying for a fiddle day at CAF and being expected to resort to "creative resourcefulness" when you needed to use the toilet, or drinking coffee that her hawk had pooped in? She'd have to pay ME to put up with this nonsense.

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  44. I'm a 55 year old homesteader whose been homesteading since my mid 20s. In my mid 20's I also worked full-time. I worked 30 hours a week in healthcare and 15-20 hours a week, mostly nights, as a waitress. All I wanted was a piece of land I could call mine. I didn't need fantasies or props or expensive or "authentic" vehicles, I needed land. Once I was able to get a loan for the land, that also had a trailer house on it, I was pretty proud and satisfied. With that land of mine I had my own firewood, as long as I was able to chop it, and a spring/pond I could fish if I wanted and lots of lawn/land to grow food. I planted anything that I thought would grow. There was a lot of work to it. Some things prospered and other things were do overs. I didn't grow up farming or have any of that experience to fall back on. There wasn't a lot of books about homesteading, and there sure wasn't internet or television to teach you. I did get books about gardening from the library and I did call the local extension office quite a few times. I bartered for a good chainsaw and asked a neighbor that chopped wood to show me how to do it. If I needed something- a tool, or advice, or help, I bartered food for it. I bartered with food or I would watch people's kids, help load hay, mow lawns you name it. It took my full-time work to pay the mortgage. I drove a reliable beat up car that I was able to do oil changes on, change flat tires, and even change filters/wipes etc. I had no family to turn to that could bail me out and my friends were all living in big cities working on their careers.

    I graduated high school and went right to work in a nursing home. My goal was to have my own place. After 25 years of paying a mortgage my land, all 20 acres of it, became mine. I worked full-time in various jobs to pay it on time every month. Through that work and side work and selling vegetables at several farmers markets I was able to haul the trailer away and put a solid home on my land.

    I have a landline and I also have high speed internet, but no smart phone. No blog, no book deals, no Etsy shop, nothing. Most of my food comes from my land. I have a nice 2000 Ford 150 that I take good care of. If it's going to need new tires I save for them. I still grow vegetables and sell them summer through November. I expect I will be doing that for quite a few more years. No husband and no children, so it's just me around here. For fun and entertainment I get books from the local library and I watch different programs through the PBS free. No Netflix to stream movies here and really no time. Fifteen years ago I bought a couple of dairy cows and though they have passed on I have their granddaughters out in the barn to milk twice a day. I also raise a few pigs each year and get help to butcher them. I raise chickens though I butcher them myself. For extra money I teach canning classes at the local extension office every spring. I'd say I am pretty self-sufficient, but I wasn't always. It took years of working, and fixing and listening to people who knew to learn how to fix plumbing issues, take care of livestock, breed good livestock, even fix the broken equipment around here. Purchasing livestock or new equipment or unreliable vehicles never crossed my mind. Common sense told me I had my hands full paying my mortgage. I've never had student loans because I never went to college. I've never had a credit card because I've always only bought what I could afford. I know not everyone goes at farming like Jenna has, because I know homesteaders around here and have read a few homesteaders blogs.

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    1. cont'd

      It seems to me Jenna never really was serious about loving the land and wanting her own homestead. Once she was on it she had to have a horse. Then her horse needed to apparently have a horse. Her vehicles got repossessed and now she crowd funds for them. She bought goats, and sheep and chickens but had no way to take care of them. Most of the livestock death on CAF could have been prevented. You have nothing if you don't have a home. Her home should be her first priority. She should have used her Kickstarter $ to fix her roof and plumbing issues. She is not new to any of these types of problems. She should have always kept an off farm job, at least until she built up her self-employment skills and resume. Now she is in a phase were everything is falling down around her or so she says. Nothing is taken care of including her. The very basic things aren't being done during any season at CAF. Yet most people who come to her blog think she is an expert. She has after all written 5 books on homesteading and is still selling them. How long I wonder does the average person who finds her blog stay a follower? Most I think follow her because they are waiting to see what happens next. Her story is really very surreal and day to day it just gets worse. What next or what will today's story or tale be is what most hang around for. I read a couple of her books and I must say nothing from those days of writing is around anymore. Nothing except the land and Merlin. The person living on the land is someone living in a fantasy bubble, who I feel no longer has a connection to reality. They way she lives is not a homesteader's life no matter how hard she tries to throw the props up and speak the language. She is living a life of her own design, designed right out of all the fairy tales that she has read. Every day, every week is funded by those playing along with her. Everyone in the story has a choice, everyone except her livestock. My heart and my prayers are with them every day.

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    2. Homesteading and farming is hard work, and successfully building a farm is done over decades, e.g. building soil fertility or good breeding stock. I recognise your very realistic description Anon 9:52 (though I'm only 15 yrs into the process). There are much easier jobs that earn money.

      I think a farmer farms because s/he enjoys the actual process, the outdoors, working with animals, and (speaking from my own experience) the great feeling of being self directed and capable. Jenna writes about feeling connected and passionate about her smallholding, but she doesn't demonstrate this, choosing to spend her time and money getting away from home, her land, and the livestock.

      There's no shame in deciding homesteading isn't for her, and selling up. If she really has a mental illness or personality disorder, the stress for farming is going to make it worse. I feel sorry for that, though I don't condone or excuse her continued scams.

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  45. I feel sick. On Twitter she features a photo of the current hawk clutching a copy of Anna Kendrick's book. The hawk is dressed up in all it's gear. Whether you are an animal or bird person or just don't care about either at all, I think seeing this wild bird, who should be in the wild, clutching a piece of pop culture is sickening. She tweeted this photo to Anna Kendrick. She is using that hawk to try to gain attention from celebrities. She has also used that hawk to try and sell things and has that hawk featured on a blog that accepts donations.

    Did anyone contact the authorities regarding her using this hawk for profit or gain? I'd like the address or information that someone found so I can report her.

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    1. I looked up the falconry regulations for New York and didn't find anything other than this about making a profit. So as long as she isn't having falconry workshops or begging for money to care for her hawk, I think she can post her stupid photos as much as she wants. Ugh. I hope I am wrong, but this is all I could find in the regulations:
      "(j) A general or master falconer may use raptors held under their falconry license for conservation education and falconry education programs without transferring the bird(s) to an education license provided:
      (1) the bird(s) are used primarily for falconry;
      (2) the programs address falconry and conservation education;
      (3) the programs are not conducted for profit, however, a falconer may charge a fee for presentation of a conservation education program provided that the fee does not exceed the amount required to recoup the cost of presenting the program."

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    2. What Jenna does is neither educational nor for conservation. She certainly doesn't care if her birds die in her care, as she has stated repeatedly. They're going to die anyway.

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  46. I fluctuate between thinking Jenna is making it all up (tooth issues, plumbing issues, etc.) and believing it all.
    But let'a go off what she doesn't say. She doesn't say she worked on the house...EVER...she pulled up the carpet and Patty installed a door, but Jenna never spends the day working on home improvements or repair. That in itself is such a disaster waiting to happen (and already kind of is with the plumbing). I guess she feels that people will always bail her out in a crisis...and maybe they will.

    I read all of her posts and am completely embarrassed for her--I am an independent 'I am woman, hear me roar' type of gal who only asks for help when it is informational/picking people's brains- never monetary. It makes me think her fans are just like her -they ask their friends and family for $ without figuring it out for themselves--so that's why it doesn't outrage them when Jenna comes begging again & again.

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  47. There was an insightful thread on twitter the other day that I've been thinking on quite a bit, and that I think might apply to JW. Basically: we as people consistently lie to ourselves in the present that we are putting forth our best effort, but when we arrive in the future and reflect we realize what we thought was our best effort was actually more like the bare minimum required.

    One can only hope that, at some point, Jenna will finally realize that all of her efforts now are falling way below the bare minimum. When she is middle aged, still alone, and has lost her house in one way or another, maybe then she will realize.

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  48. It is no fun to spend money on a new roof, plumbing, or health insurance. Much more fun to spend on boots, designer jeans, falconry leathers, books, Netflix, brewery, movies, etc.

    Better that her fans provide her with the necessities so she can spend on the luxuries.

    Also, did anyone notice that she said her urgent care visit was a quarter of a grand, but her "nothing special" boots were $200? It was like she was trying to inflate the cost of the doctor visit but downplay the cost of the boots. I wonder how many donations she got for the medical bill?

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  49. This blog amazes me as much as CAF.

    First off, I would agree with most here that CAF is like watching a train wreck. I grew up cattle ranching, and have always worked in the agriculture industry, so much of the 'romantics' of this homesteading lifestyle is lost on me. It's pretty much always been a way of life. There is a much larger portion of America that lives this every day--not as a way to pay penance for the 'system' but because they've farmed/ ranched for generations and it is their way of life as well. These people actually produce--they don't just subsist, and they don't have to post daily updates about it. I'll agree with most here that JW is in love with that idea, and she does not show the willingness to work to authenticate it. She definitely shows a propensity to make poor financial choices, and to underwhelm in the self-sufficiency department. Reading here and elsewhere does seem to show that contributing any money toward JW or CAF is enabling more then helping, and that contributions to JW are certainly accepted as gifts rather than exchanges for any goods or services. The quality of her products in most cases is marginal and certainly doesn't command the value she seems to impart. And probably what has struck me the most is her position in politics--not from her choice of views, but in her intolerant approach to those whose views conflict with her own. Under any kind of inspection JW certainly does not live the life she would have any of us believe through her posts and pictures. I am turned off by the constant dichotomy in her apparent begging vs. scrappy life idea.

    With all that said, I am equally amazed at what I read here. Each post here moves quickly from a position of discussing & warning to others, and turns into the feeding frenzy of a mob in ivory towers no longer interested in providing constructive criticisms or even venting about wrongs done by JW/ CAF. It turns instead into petty reviews where posters download and enlarge JW's pictures to find evidence of rust on a stove, cracks in boots, dirt on the floor, etc. There are countless posts itemizing (redundantly) all the frivolous purchases JW has made, or even worse, itemizing all the failures she's experienced. They sit and make bold statements about how animal control should be called, or the state should be involved--and do literally nothing about it. The self righteousness and wolfish abandon that people use on this platform to destroy JW shows me nothing that would indicate an actual interest in JW or her farm's well being, and instead demonstrates the same morbid fascination of a Roman crowd watching gladiators. Evidently we a society have not evolved all that much...The truth is that we all have failed plenty in our lives (perhaps not the same way as JW), and that if we were to open our own lives up as publicly as she has, we'd find ourselves looking pretty foolish too.

    Like many here, I believe absolutely in the power of hard work. I believe in making careful choices, living within my means, and delivering on my commitments. I believe in sustaining the responsibilities I've asked for. And I also believe in trying to improve on my world and help others where I can. What I see here departs quickly from any of those things.

    In all likelihood none of us can help JW. She's not asking for guidance or advice. Giving her funding to enable her lifestyle obviously doesn't help. But neither does endlessly discussing her hair extensions or reveling in her latest failure/ difficulty. Perhaps it's time to re-evaluate the approach here on what the true intent of this all is. If you all want to organize to actually do something about CAF, maybe there is value. If this is just a place to evoke mob frenzy to destroy another human being, it becomes about as much worth as much of JW's 'scrappy little' façade...

    It's Christmas people, think about it.

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    1. Excellent post. I agree 100%.

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    2. We don't open our lives as publicly as Jenna because we aren't asking others to fund our lifestyle. No one here or anywhere has a right to look at my life, none of them have given me a dime.

      But I agree that we probably won't help Jenna. I do believe we've helped some who would have been scammed by her.

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    3. Anon 7:15, I thought your comment was interesting and thoughtful but I disagree with some of your conclusions.

      I don't think it's possible, or even the intent of the majority of commenters here, to destroy Jenna by posting on this site. I know I'm just here to discuss the doings at CAF, if I wanted to impact Jenna I would email her directly or take some action that actually had some effect on her-- chit chatting here doesn't amount to a hill of beans one way or the other.

      You seem to view Jenna as a person who has merely lost their way, I view her as a predatory scammer. Time and time again I've watched people support her financially because they perceive her to be in dire need depending on the crisis of the week. Discussion of her spending habits illustrates that she isn't as needy as she claims, ie it's a scam. For me, it's all about documenting her dishonesty. Why? It's entertaining in the same way that a favorite TV show is. What's going to happen next? etc etc.

      I will agree that there has been some hella petty comments here as well as some judgy stuff about her appearance and cleanliness that I find pretty lame. I just scroll on by because that's the opinion of one commenter. I don't assume that all people commenting here agree with all that is said by others. I sure don't.

      "Perhaps it's time to re-evaluate the approach here on what the true intent of this all is."

      Like I said before, in my view it's just a place to discuss. I don't see it as a tool for preventing scams because it's incumbent on people googling Jenna before donating-- mostly people show up here after they've been screwed and want to vent. So, I guess it's certainly useful in that sense.

      Jenna's not the victim here, she's the perpetrator. I have sympathy for the elderly gentleman that gave her money to fix up her shed for Merlin, only to get duped. How awful that must have felt for him to be fooled. We've heard from people that gave her money for a root canal when they really couldn't spare it themselves. There's a fairly long list of people that Jenna's treated roughly and unfairly. So, no sympathy for her but plenty for the kind-hearted people that get sucked in by a fantastical storyteller only to end up a little poorer and perhaps a bit cynical. Jenna is lying to people to get what she wants in life, why do you want to be her defender?

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  50. Hound doggy, I just posted a long post about "doing something" on here and now it's disappeared. I did not save it in Word. Do you see it? Can you post it? Thank you.

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    1. Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "It Must Be A Heathen Miracle!":

      I have tried to "do something about it" but really, those of us here concerned about her animals are depending on those local to her. I did file an online complaint to her local animal control but never heard back. Can you imagine if I called? "Well, I saw all this on her blog..." They'd think I was crazy.

      I've posted information about not using the hawk for profit; I've posted her local animal control information; I've posted information to contact the IRS about her using donations to avoid declaring taxable income; I've posted detailed information about who to contact if you've been scammed.

      As far as those of us who are not local or were not personally ripped off by JW, I feel very helpless standing by and watching her animal neglect and scams go on.

      The reason I have posted all the detailed contact information for authorities is in the hopes that some of you that are local to her, or some of you who were ripped off monetarily, would DO SOMETHING.

      In my area I am an animal advocate and have called in many people for inadequate care of their animals. They know my voice when I call animal control. And they DO check these situations out. I can only assume no one here has ever called, because I'm quite sure she would get cited and hopefully some of her animals taken.





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  51. Anon 7:15, I agree. I also feel that to judge Jenna fans as perhaps equal to her is wrong(earlier post). At one time I was an admirer. I thought she was telling the truth, cause who would waste time making up stories. Well, now I know differently. Fans will fad away when things don't add up. I don't blame the fans at all. Maybe I was too trusting, or simple or naive, but in my life I deal honestly with people. So it took awhile to realism Jenna lies. And it is sad as her place has real potential but without dedication and hardwork it wont happen.

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  52. I was a huge fan. She and I are about the same age, and I desperately wish for a farm of my own.

    I admired her for doing it all "on her own."

    When she fell on hard times, I donated money. I reposted on my own FB that she needed help. I bought books she'd written, I pledged to Birchthorne.

    I sent her artwork I'd done. And not that I really expected too much, she did thank me privately. But for all the reposts and donations, it would have been nice for a public thanks. She'd done the same with other artwork she'd received.

    In the photos she's shared of her house, I've not seen the art I gave her.

    And then the absurdities came. "Help, my teeth," and then a dog showed up. "Help, I have no money for X," but had money for expensive jeans.

    You know what I did when I had no money? I went without. I missed meals. I shop at Goodwill. I got another job.

    It was the scathing hatred toward third-party voters that was the final nail in the coffin for me. I asked for a refund for my Birchthorne pledge. I received it with little trouble, to Jenna's credit.

    It just sucks that she was someone I really admired, and then it became obvious that rather than work for what she has and wants, she was living off of the good intentions of naive fans.

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    1. "It just sucks that she was someone I really admired, and then it became obvious that rather than work for what she has and wants, she was living off of the good intentions of naive fans."

      This x1000.

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  53. She not looking for words of encouragement, she wants moolah and lots of it. Been watching this shit show too long to think she's anything but a manipulative scam artist. Mentioning the holidays is a tactic to appeal to those that are celebrating Christmas -- she isn't.

    Jenna Woginrich: I need encouragement. My plumbing's a disaster, my teeth need repairs, my truck won't run because it's raining, and while I don't mind dealing with these roadbumps it sucks dealing with them all at the same time right before the holidays. Words of go-get-em highly appreciated.

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    1. And gifts of cash are also "highly appreciated" and even encouraged. Sorry, but it's unbelievable that so many "roadbumps" are blocking her life now. I smell another scam.

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  54. my post at 3:57 might disappear. It starts with "While I agree" and ends with reporter know about. It's disappeared twice.

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    1. Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "It Must Be A Heathen Miracle!":

      While I agree with what anonymous 7:15, I disagree with the presumptions.

      Nobody really knows Jenna. Nobody really knows what really goes on 24/7 at CAF. By her own admittance she picks and chooses what she shares. We all know that she is capable of posting very embarrassing things, and very humiliating things about herself if these posts bring in the cash, or the you go girl etc. Most here read her blog when she lived in Idaho and wherever else she lived and read the authorities were called about her animals. She often brings this up and she often posts about what she thinks about people who over react to how animals are kept. But no one here except those that have reported her know whether something was or wasn't done. I doubt seriously that every single person that may or may not have reported her to someone posts here. If someone placed a judgment against her for $ and were paid the $ they may have signed a gag order. I have been involved in two of these in my personal life, where I won the case, but could no longer speak on it. No one is privy to any of the settled claims people may have with Jenna. She may be making payments to clients right now for orders or logos or something not delivered. The reason she talked out loud about Kickstarter refunds was because that is their policy- to keep backers satisfied and refund those who wants refunds or you may not ever have a Kickstarter campaign again. For those that may have reported her regarding animal neglect or the like, often the authorities first ask the owner to get rid of a few of them animals. Her readers may only hear her advertising for sheep for sale or goats for sale when in fact she's been asked to reduce her flock.

      Most people who call the authorities don't log in online to tell everyone about it. What I can say from personal experience is that I have called local Cambridge authorities. I've contacted Chief Bell in the last two years regarding an item I purchased and never received. He started a file on it. I am not going to share anymore information about this. Suffice it to say prior to this I did contact Jenna first, but received no satisfaction. I contacted Chief Bell to start a local file just in case others had similar situations. As far as contacting local authorities about her animals, suffice it to say, that often things go like I stated above and animals get re-homed or "sold" or "given away" or "traded." The last thing someone wants, that goes to the trouble of contacting authorities, is to warn the person they are reporting. Hence why I won't discuss what I've done or may do in the future and when I do it.

      Please remember that even though this blog may not look or seem proactive, many people stop, read and relate. Sometimes, such in my case, they go on to report things. Just because they don't come back to divulge every detail doesn't mean it didn't happen. Jenna has never believed she has done anything wrong. Believe me if faced with neglect charges for real she would never blog about it. If she was really faced with losing a hawk because of breaking the rules, she would never post about it. So while I agree that this blog could do with a little less snark and pettiness, I also think a lot of things happen off line without the knowledge of the posters here, that only Jenna, the authorities and the reporter know about.



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    2. We live locally too, and I might also talk to Chief Bell sometime. It wouldn't hurt to add another complaint to the file. I'll be discrete, though, in my inquiries. I also appreciate you sharing this information. Thanks.

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  55. You need encouragement?
    You need to prioritize and grow up, stop shiting by the god poles and the god poles might stop shiting on you, go home for Christmas and make your mother happy, give most of your pets away to better caregivers, stop drinking. Get off social media and stop buying things. Be humble, grateful and focus on others worse off than you.
    That is my encouragement

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    1. Stop shitting by the god poles! Oh my god I am dying laughing over here! ��

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  56. Encouragement? Here is some. Go get some of Dave Ramsey's books from the library and do what he says. Get a part time job so you can have a reliable income stream. Stop wasting your time on frivolous activities and spending on frivolous entertainment. You can do that after the necessities are taken care of. Start acting like an adult.

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  57. This exchange struck me:

    Tim Powhida While I can't help with your teeth I'd love to help with your plumbing and I could even take a look at your truck...two jobs I really enjoy...all for a copy of each of your books...let me know
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    Jenna Woginrich
    Jenna Woginrich i don't have copies of them on hand!
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    Tim Powhida
    Tim Powhida That's ok...I'd love to help out anyway...the plumbing is easy...the truck may be a little more stubborn!
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    Tim Powhida
    Tim Powhida Just let me know
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    :::

    Help? Practical advice? Not needed.

    Just send cash, folks.

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    1. As if she doesn't have a copy of each of her books at home to give him?!

      Translation...buy my books and help me for free

      Or

      No actual problem needs addressed...just money to address "problems".

      No honey or pork to barter? Sheepskin rug?

      There are no problems. She can't have someone over to see nothing needs fixed. Anyone in need would jump at the opportunity...offering anything they can to barter the help.

      Thanks for calling her out Tim!

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    2. Tim sounds like a good guy. It's tempting to email him via the school system, and let him in on this site. I've warned people before. It's like a public service.

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    3. Let's pretend her own copies of her books disappeared...and a plumber/mechanic wants books.

      Order them off Amazon and ship to his house...or hour house to give him when he fixes issues. Order them from the loc bookstore for him to pick up. Walk or ride the horse to the bookstore and buy them.

      If she can apparently walk for miles in knee high snow drifts she can walk on a road to town. If the road is safe enough for her flock to frolic on its certainly safe enough for her to walk on.

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    4. Let's pretend her own copies of her books disappeared...and a plumber/mechanic wants books.

      Order them off Amazon and ship to his house...or hour house to give him when he fixes issues. Order them from the loc bookstore for him to pick up. Walk or ride the horse to the bookstore and buy them.

      If she can apparently walk for miles in knee high snow drifts she can walk on a road to town. If the road is safe enough for her flock to frolic on its certainly safe enough for her to walk on.

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    5. Unreal - but not really - that she didn't immediately take him up his very kind offer.

      If she really doesn't have copies on hand she surely could get them fast on Amazon if Battenkill Books didn't have all or most on hand - which I'd bet they surely do.

      Totally agree with your assessment of her nonexistent enthusiasm, Meredith. She's an ungrateful liar. There was the offer of help, straight out, for two of supposedly her most pressing problems, costly problems - and it wasn't what she was going for.



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    6. She doesn't want anyone at her place cause it's a pigsty and animal neglect is going on there.

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    7. She can call on the Pepsi phone to the local bookstore for them! Buying a couple books in exchange for getting her truck and plumbing looked at, shesh... who wouldn't jump at that if you were in dire need!

      Someone that is lying??? Someone that doesn't want anyone to peek behind the fancy curtain of the great and mighty Wog!!!!

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    8. Oh for pete's sake, as if she couldn't get a copy of her books. Dude is offering to fix plumbing and her truck for about $30 each - exert some effort to take him up on that deal! I hate to think she's just lying through her infected teeth, but it sure seems like it.

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  58. She is such an asshole!!!!!!

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