Sunday Report 5-16-2021

I’ve been Trying not to gripe, but this weather has sucked. Eight straight days of lows in the 40s when I’ve already planted my peppers dictated that we cover them every night.

The tomatoes didn’t like it either, but I did talk to them every day and all seems well. They were not small or tender, so there was no chance of them dying, but I know from experience that they will be slower to fruit.

It’s the continuing saga of learning to not get in a hurry; everything in its own season…

The birds have kept me company as I wait to get outside and really dig in. I heard a goose honking and carrying on and looked outside to see this…

Sort of a Goose on the roof… He was talking to his companion, perched just out of the sight of my camera and they seemed be planning something, then flew off.

The feeder was visited by a Scarlet Tanager — surely a sign of Goodness…

This week I’m Really going to get the garden in: plant the cucumbers, squash, watermelon, sunflowers, marigolds. I’ve got some parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme for a Simon and Garfunkle garden bed and they’ll be happy to be in the ground, too.

Hope the sun is shining where you are!

Peace

One thought on “Sunday Report 5-16-2021

  1. It’s raining and in the 50’s and low 60’s here, and the forecast is for rain every day for five more days. So I am commiserating with you on the colder than usual weather. My tomatoes have shriveled up. The lettuce, though, is loving it. What will be, will be, I suppose. Blessings..

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