Letting Life Lead
It is not so pathetic any more. In fact, the rhubarb is starting to crowd out the temporary short peppers.
We had a terrible storm three days ago that knocked over my tallest tomato. Bent it right in the middle. I picked it up and retied it to the stake. It appears to have repaired itself and now stands about five feet six inches tall! It must be from all that compost. I have never had growth like this!
Nothing else except the thistle and a tall weed with an inch diameter stem was damaged. There is some mildew on a few squash an cucumber leaves due to the wet and crowding. Something is eating gigantic holes in one of the cabbages, the peas, and the basil!
Musings through the journey of writing my first novel
It is what it is and it too shall pass.
Unfolding From the Fog (or What I Think About When I Walk My Dog)
When life hands you lemons, go find some gin and tonic.
"Smile with your teeth." -my Mother
Don't die before your death
Ein Tagebuch unserer Alltagsküche-Leicht nachkochbar
Failures in Adulting
Wrote hard and put up wet - a fiction writer from parts unknown