Category Archives: Random Thoughts
So, a co-worker kindly offered Continue reading
I am reading a good book these days. Just 10 minutes a day, every day and will find another to read next – kinda a New Year’s Resolution, if I’d started the plan Continue reading
It seemed like the tomatoes were green forever last summer, but I’d never have seen this lovely ladybug otherwise.
When your 17-year-old son asks to stream “Arrow” with you, garden catalogs can wait another day!
I did RSVP to a Marriage Dinner for Valentine’s Day today – friends of ours celebrated their 25th Anniversary this year, so will be honored that night. So, I guess that kinda counts as a ‘Date Night’ with MacGyver, and I can then plan one with my seeds and seed catalogs too. Tomorrow it is! Such Friday night excitement!
Inventorying old seeds it dull, so I’d best do that first, and quickly. Get it over and done with, and all that good non-procrastination self-talk…
Then I can sit back with that glass of wine and dream of spring and summer while I stick Post-it tabs on beautiful flowers I have never tried before, yummy veggies I can’t wait to taste, and fresh seeds of the ‘Tried and True’.
When done, I might even take a peek at a book I purchased for .18 on Amazon at the suggestion of Carol, at May Dreams Garden, ( http://www.maydreamsgardens.com/): ‘Gardening on Main Street’ by Buckner Hollingsworth. I’m anticipating this to be journal like and thoughtful as opposed to instructional and just what a wintry night needs.
It’s been warm this week – so warm I actually looked to see if the Daffodils were peeking out of the ground. Wishful thinking… Alas, my own ‘Groundhogs’ were still asleep and I hear winter is returning Sunday with a prediction of snow. Sounds like just the weekend I need to shop those seed catalogs.
Wow! I can’t believe I am still actually working in Big Garden – all the way to “The End” instead of just Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to write about this for about 10 days, but soccer and football and ‘back to school’ took over.
As you know, I always get a late start to my garden because of wet springs – typical here; too large a yard and a need Continue reading
Ahh… There it is in all its 5-gallon bucket glory with the new tomato cage and sitting securely inside the fence of the pool.
Being in a pot, of sorts, (and, yes, I did find an attractive off-white plastic pot, of the same size, in the barn… Of course, it didn’t come with a sporty handle for moving it when company comes to the pool, but I digress…) it needs to be watered daily. Continue reading