I Don't Think It Can Be Endured
Updated: May 18
It arrived, and I tried it on. It fits well enough. It resembles the advertisement. Here, judge for yourself:
There is a brief video, under a minute, but it needs more editing. The front is a velcro entry to Harvey, but if you open it, there is no light abatement at all. I'm very disappointed.
I just had an exchange of messages with a vendor because I rated his product (responding to an email request to rate the product) three stars. I interpret three stars as "okay," or good enough but neither great nor awful. He interpreted three stars as an attack on his product that will drive other customers away.
How many stars would I rate the Harvest Burka? I purchased it to evaluate it. It does what the vendor says it does. It was simple to use. Read the description in the first photo, a screen capture of their advertisement/order page. It's a cover, a shade, a curtain, a light shield. It is all of those things. I have a used Harvest on order - I'll probably use it on that one, which has "cosmetic damage." If I rate it, I'm definitely using the phrase "Harvest Burka."
What female name can I derive from "Harvest"? What will I call Harvey and Harvey Too's sister?
Meanwhile, I have been concerned with the operation of the Aerovoirs. I actually got an alarm on Harvey Too for Low Water. To test the system, I added ten drops each of red and blue food coloring to the tanks. I should be able to see the darker (purple!) water through the translucent tubing. If it should turn all my Romaine lettuce purple... I can live with that. Imagine the pictures.
I've been researching female names for Harvest. Here are some results:
Teresa is girl's name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin meaning "to harvest".
Teresa is a lovely Greek name meaning harvest. It is a classy and soft name and would definitely suit your cute baby girl.
Annona This name is derived from the Roman goddess of grain which is found during the fall. It means ‘of the harvest’.
Persephone is the name of the goddess of Harvest in the Greek mythology. She was also the goddess of spring growth.
Aluma is a cute Hebrew name, meaning ‘a sheaf of grain at harvest.’ This moniker was at its peak in the 1930s, when it reached the 38th spot.
Ceres is the name of the Roman mythology goddess of the harvest. The Greek counterpart of Ceres is Demeter.
Gaia is the name of the Greek mythological goddess associated with harvest. Underused? Yes, but definitely not neglected.
Arista/Eristy the best or harvest.
Demeter, in Greek mythology, is the Greek goddess of agriculture, grain, harvest, nourishment, and growth. She was also the sister of Zeus and the mother of Persephone.
Wekasa is an African girl name. The name means to be “born during harvest.”
Carme (Greek origin) - Name of Demeter's assistant who helps her in the time of harvest.
Akeyo The name Akeyo is of African origin and means "Child born during harvest (Luo).".
Ariza The name Ariza is of Hebrew origin and means "Cedar panels The cedar tree, the national symbol of Lebanon, once grew in great forests, and highly prized carved panels were used to line the walls of King Solomon's palace and temple. After centuries of over- harvesting, only a limited number of these trees remain in the Holy Land".
Cerelia/Cereliah/Cerelya/Cerelyah is of Latin origin and means "Goddess of the harvest; Candle.".
Demitras/Dimetre/Dimetria The name Dimetria is of Greek origin and means "Of Demeter. Demetria was the mythological goddess of corn and harvest.".
Ekin is of Turkish origin and means "Harvest".
Janaiah/Jannaia/Jannaya is of Arabic origin and means "Fruit harvest.".
Mavonde is of African origin and means "Of the abundant harvest".
Mesina/Mesinah/Messinah/Messyna/Messynah/Mesyna/Mesynah is of Latin origin and means "Middle child, Harvest.".
Mimis is of Greek origin and means "Goddess of Harvest".
Nagesa is a Lugisu of Uganda name meaning 'born in the harvest season.'".
Nigesa is a Lumasada of Kenya name meaning 'born in the harvest season.'".
Rabiah is of Egyptian origin and means "Breeze, Spring harvest.".
Rabya/Rabyah is of Arabic origin and means "Breeze, Spring harvest.".
Ressie is of Greek origin and means "Summer harvest".
Suggi is of Hindi origin and means "Harvest".
Tegeen is of American origin and means "Pearl Harvest".
Terel/Terell is of English origin and means "She is the harvester.".
Terela/Terele/Terella/Terelle/Terrella is of French origin and means "She is the harvester.".
Teresinha is of Greek origin and means "Summer harvest".
Terresa is of English origin and means "A harvester".
Terressa is of English origin and means "A harvester".
Terrey is of English origin and means "A short form of Theresa, Harvester; Power of the tribe, Strong nation.".
Terri is of English origin and means "A short form of Theresa, Harvester; Power of the tribe, Strong nation.".
Terrie is of English origin and means "A short form of Theresa, Harvester; Power of the tribe, Strong nation.".
Tessica is of American origin and means "Wealthy Harvester".
Theressa is of English origin and means "A harvester".
Tutilina is of Latin origin and means "Goddess of harvest".
Uanna is of Arabic origin and means "Fruit harvest.".
Vantrice/Vantricia/Vantriciah/Vantricya/Vantricyah/Vantrise/Vantrisia/Vantrisiah/Vantrisya/Vantrisyah/Vantrysia/Vantrysiah/Vantrysya/Vantrysyah is of Greek origin and means "From the harvest.".
The name Teriana/Teriann/Terilynn/Tessia is of English origin and means "Abbreviation of Teresa, meaning harvester.".
Ekin f & m Turkish Means "harvest, culture" in Turkish.
Isagani m Filipino, Tagalog Possibly from Tagalog masaganang ani meaning "bountiful harvest". This is the name of a character in the novel El Filibusterismo (1891) by José Rizal.
Seble f Eastern African, Amharic Means "harvest" in Amharic.
Su-Jin f & m Korean From Sino-Korean 收 (su) meaning "gather, harvest" or 壽 (su) meaning "long life, lifespan" combined with 眞 (jin) meaning "real, genuine" or 珍 (jin) meaning "precious, rare". Other combinations of hanja characters can form this name as well.
Theresa f English, German From the Spanish and Portuguese name Teresa. It was first recorded as Therasia, being borne by the Spanish wife of Saint Paulinus of Nola in the 4th century. The meaning is uncertain, but it could be derived from Greek θέρος (theros) meaning "summer", from Greek θερίζω (therizo) meaning "to harvest", or from the name of the Greek island of Therasia (the western island of Santorini)