On the good side, I've been looking into raising honeybees and goats (for milk). I found a local person who sells fresh eggs and I found a somewhat local farmer (ten miles from me) who sells herdshares from his dairy cows. He charges way less than the last person I talked to and will include the cream from my milk in my monthly share (four gallons of milk and four gallons of cream). I get to start my herdshare on Monday (payday) by giving him a deposit of $30 and then $16 a month for feed for "my" cow. I'm going to teach myself to make butter and hopefully succeed in teaching myself to make cheese. The dairy farmer said that he'd teach me to make butter.
So, Monday, on top of running around paying my bills, I will have my herdshare done and have at least a few tomato plants, cucumber plants, and zucchini plants started. I'll ask my nephew to take some pics for me with his phone since my phone cannot post them to the web.