Sunday, May 31, 2015
Friday, May 29, 2015
We attend the parade each year and It rained off and on all morning. The crowd didn't mind as everyone came prepared with umbrellas and/or ponchos. All in all, it was a beautiful warm-rain day.
June is coming up fast. Stay tuned!
Sunday, May 24, 2015
|Sold! Off to Wisconsin. Thank you.|
I planted in total: Zucchini Long and Zucchini round, Cucumbers and Pickling Cucumbers, Turnips, Beets, Parsnip, Carrots, Red Cabbage, Kohlrabi, Muskmelon, Cantaloupe, three types of Potatoes, 18 tomato plants - a mixture of big, early and cherry, Peppers - green and hot red, snow pea, Japanese greens, spinach, lettuce, garlic, pole beans and bush beans. I think that's it for now.
Friday, May 22, 2015
|First Radishes From the Garden|
|Radish on Bread - Oh How I look forward to these each spring|
|Baltimore - Work Trip - this is from a co-workers balcony. Sweet!|
Sunday, May 17, 2015
With all the past unrest in the city, our conference attendees were worried and nervous about making the trip. Everything appeared to be normal but again, I'm not a local and only know what the news publicized.
I was impressed by this beautiful city and hope to make the trip again in the future.
I stopped at the garden the Friday I returned and boy-oh-boy did the weeds get large. In just 5 days! I picked some baby spinach and Japanese greens for the first Salad of the year. Yum - nothing better than hand picked greens, washed and served within an hour. I assume the vitamin count is at it's peak.
Thanks for stopping by.
Sunday, May 10, 2015
|SOLD! I sold a pair of my shoes! I had given up but someone in New Orleans bought them! Thanks|
|Love Stone Walls|
|At the front of the Garden|
|Blossoms - So Beautiful|
My Nephew is graduating from High School this month. I have pictures of him on my fridge when he was 5 years old. He's 18 now. Where did those 13 years go? I mean - it's like "Poof" - he's a man.
I worked a bit in the garden yesterday. My neighbor and I swap onions and potatoes. She orders these incredible "Candy" onions and I found this organic seed potato grower so we share half and half. I planted the onions - two rows - then when it warms up on the 15th, I'll plant the potatoes.
Working in Baltimore next week so I hope the weather is warm when I return on the 15th. Can't wait to plant everything.
Thanks for reading - I'll try and be better at my time management. :)