Sunday, January 31, 2010

Ready for Spring

Weather means more when you have a garden. There's nothing like listening to a shower and thinking how it is soaking in around your green beans. ~Marcelene Cox

We had a lazy day yesterday, but I wish it wasn't so cold out -- I really want to go and walk!

I did stop by Agway and get seeds for my garden next year. I may have overdone it a bit... good thing DH wants me to expand a little. I got: burpless cucumber, summer squash, carrots, spinach, swiss chard, broccoli, cabbage, green beans and snow peas. I'll supplement with plants for tomatoes and peppers. I'm also going to buy seed potatoes when they are out.

Okay spring, I'M READY.


You Are Not a Sheep

You don't follow the crowd. In fact, whenever it's possible, you try to avoid the crowd.

You don't like blending in, and you are a complete rebel. Being like everyone else is boring.

You are a distinct individual, and you're definitely on of a kind. People probably consider you to be quite quirky.

If anything, the herd ends up following you. And you find that to be highly annoying!

Quirky? ME? .....



Maria Zannini said...

I'm going to try pickling cucumbers this year.

Ref: potatoes

What kind?

Last year I planted white potatoes, but this year I might do a smaller plot and do red potatoes. mmm...garlic red potatoes

Looking forward to hearing about your progress.

Dru said...

I can't wait to hear about your garden this spring.

Have you decided what you're going to do about the voles this year?

Dayana said...

I'm going to say 'no' to the sheep, never have and never will be. In fact, I tend to be a little on the outside the box side and a wee bit alienated, LOL

Quirky? Maybe the adjective best describe me are particular and moody?

LOL I hear you about Spring, Marianne. I'm in Florida and looking forward to a more consistent temperature~