If I had posted last Friday evening, this picture above is what you would have seen. Finally some ripened tomatoes, enough to make sauce. More white scallop squash, my new favorite. Raspberries from the sticks we planted. And our first egg. I've been told the photo makes it look pink, but this is a white… Continue reading Let the eggs roll!
It's over 90 degrees here. The bees are so hot they're bearding across the front and sides of their hive, and reaching to the back. One hive is strong--the other I don't think will make it to winter, let alone through winter. I was proud of how well our garden was growing until I saw… Continue reading Update with Pictures
Mike and I were on our second year of being together. We were considering buying a house. I was secretly living with him, and not-so-secretly changing and showering at the gym before work. We were going out to happy hour on Thursday nights, and working day jobs, and were exceptionally fit--much healthier than we are… Continue reading Gardening as an Adult: Part 2
The first time I planted a garden was at my parents' house. I had graduated college and was living at home and, like all good kids, I claimed a part of the yard for myself. You see, my dad had always gardened when I was a kid. This was back before the deer in the… Continue reading Gardening as An Adult: Part 1