|Krysta in the henbit|
This past weekend, another sunny one, I found Krysta finally making some headway amongst her field of henbit dead nettle. She's a full-time nursing student and had to wait until she got a break to get started. Not long after this picture, though, we began to receive a fair amount of rain. In fact, it rained all Sunday night, most of Monday, and today (Tuesday) is off-and-on showers. However, once this patch is over with, we've got more nice weather on the way.
|My garden plot as of today|
And look at my wonderful area! It's all ready for planting. In the foreground are some strawberry plants I transplanted from the rear area (see that stool? it's in the part of my garden that still needs work, pulling weeds and clearing, basically). Now it's time to head to Joe's Garden to find the starts I'll be putting in there. It's an exciting time of year for me.
|The things I find in my refrigerator|
And yesterday when I went to the fridge to make my breakfast, this good egg smiled at me, his eyes at half mast the way mine are before my latte. He was just too precious not to capture for posterity. And for my blog. Now I am going off to the local Home Depot for more garden supplies.
Hahaha! I love that good egg!ReplyDelete
Happy gardening! You have two good eggs at your house!ReplyDelete
Your plots looks wonderful! Garden away!! :)ReplyDelete
Your garden looks wonderful. Big, big congratulations. Love that egg too.ReplyDelete
Your plot looks ready - happy gardening. Now you get to watch stuff grow. That is a very cute egg.ReplyDelete
Well, that erg would be a big surprise in my fridge. Somebody has a great sense of humor. the garden looks great compared to last time.ReplyDelete
Bet that happy egg made your day. Good luck with the garden this year.ReplyDelete
We just had a bit of rain overnight Sunday. Tom worked outside yesterday and today we both spent most of the day working in the yard. I love this time of year too.ReplyDelete
Your plot looks great.Krysta should be able to get rid of the hen bit pretty fast. It's a lot easier to pull than grass and dandelions.
That egg must have made you smile!
That's a very clean looking garden plot!ReplyDelete
Ha, ha! Love the egg!ReplyDelete
Your hubby has a very fun (and loving) sense of humor. I love it!ReplyDelete
Your garden bed is beautiful! It looks like it's begging for plants to be tucked into it. I can't wait to see what you plant and then to watch them all grow.
That egg would make me smile and feel loved. How thoughtful :) My garden is a long way off yet, however, I spotted a few geese yesterday at the pond and that is a good sign. CheersReplyDelete
How fun! I should try that with my husband. He always breaks the eggs for weekend breakfasts. I have left notes on the bathroom mirror written with lipstick.ReplyDelete
I am glad you have a stool to sit on while you do your gardening. My back would give out if I were to stoop for long periods of time. Your plot looks great!ReplyDelete
Your garden is looking so good just waiting for all those goodies you're going to plant.ReplyDelete
Oh I feel for her and that henbit. It pulls up easy but is so aggressive.ReplyDelete
That egg is adorable. I could never eat it but then I had trouble eating pretty Easter eggs.
I love gardening, except for pulling the weeds, which is most of what gardening is, which explains why I don't do much of it. Last year I had one tomato plant. Might do another this year.ReplyDelete
adorable! love your smart guy!! :) sweet neighbor in her garden henbit. your plot is impressive!ReplyDelete
What a sweet egg surprise.ReplyDelete
Your plot looks ready to go! :)