I am excited about this trip because I will be spending some of the time with my daughters and grandson Liam, whose birthday is coming up, and will be visiting with many friends whom I have not seen for at least 3 or 4 months. Other than that, many chores await me, and I am not so excited about that (I will have to envision myself working in the garden with each task I take on, that should help me feel a little better). I should look at this is like a vacation, and I know once I am there, I will be happy. But right now I feel sad about leaving here...
Anyway, the garden:)
A Cherokee Purple flower
This is the start of a wildflower I planted, not sure what it is because I threw a mixture of seeds when I planted them. It's beginning to bloom:I sure hope it is still blooming when I return!
Our first snow pea! Picked it today and ate it right off the vine! Sweeeeeet:)
Sunflower bud beginning, I love the intricately detailed beginnings of what is going to be...
Our zucchini is doing beautifully...
We have been picking our bush beans, and had enough to eat this evening, they were sweet and crispy!
The peppers are starting to look like pepper plants and the purple, white and sweet potatoes all continue to do well.
I'll be happy when I get back to see the growth that occurred while I was gone, as Mountain Man will be in charge:)
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