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The Earth Renewing Itself

I’m so delighted. (Of course, it doesn’t take much to make me happy.) I took my first walk-about in the garden. I couldn’t inspect everything as there is still a good amount of snow and ice scattered everywhere and where I could walk was still feeling hard – as in frozen. Nevertheless, I saw little […]

Snow is on the Ground

Ah, but Spring is in the air. How do I know? Yesterday, I killed a spider in the house. The day before, I killed a fly and a lady bug. Believe me, the bugs know when it’s Spring.

I sowed my seeds four days ago and the tomatoes have already sprouted. By tomorrow I […]

The Season Has Begun

This year, I couldn’t wait to start gardening. As soon as the Christmas decorations were taken down and packed away at the beginning of January, I started my winter sowing. I’d been collecting clear plastic containers for some time so I drilled holes at the bottom of said containers, drilled holes on the lids, filled […]

The Winter Burn

There are Ralph and Charlie sitting and watching the fire while downing a couple of sandwiches and beer. I thought they looked so cute sitting on the log. Meanwhile, I thought I’d take a picture of my Christmas decorations. What fun. I had the arrangements on pedestals but the winds are just too intense at […]

How To Grow Herbs Indoors

I figure if you’re anything like me, you probably need some help. Seeing that it’s winter and you’ll probably want to start your green thumb with something indoors, growing herbs is the answer so go here for the course: How To Grow Herbs

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