Reads and Seeds

The warm weather this week finally got under my skin and I’ve been out collecting like crazy.

 A selection of this years seeds – 3 types of tomatoes, peppers, cilantro, basil, sweet corn, kaleidoscope carrots, green onions, “fairytale” pumpkins (not shown are the radishes, lettuce, beans and a few others from Seed Savers Exchange that I forgot to pick up from Mom’s to “study”)

This year I have the opportunity to oversee two garden spaces – one at my house and one at my parents.  I’m taking advantage of the fact that we still have more than a month before our guaranteed “frost free” date to do a little more planning.


I’ve also been bit by the book bug (say that three times fast) with the new discovery that Henry has finally developed a moderate interest in “storytime”.  At least he likes being read to and will occasionally crawl into my lap and looking a picture or try to turn a page while he plays in his room.  While I love to support my local library, I also love to have a library of my own and have been taking advantage of the resell shops in town to pick up some classics for $.50 – $1.00 per book.

One of the best parts being that I get to rediscover all the books I read as a child, or had read to me.  It’s really magic.

Our latest editions seen in these pictures.  Each title is linked if you’d like to discover more about the book!

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  1. Trust me I'm right there with you… we're going to try to start some seeds for transplant this weekend but we still have about 3 weeks before anything we plan on planting can go in the ground at the absolute earliest! This “summer in march” weather is maddening just for that reason!


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