Well this morning after cleaning up some and getting half my laundry out on the line, I noticed that my plants not in the ground were looking a bit sad. Sad as in drooping badly, they weren't dry, or missing sun either. OK, well one was droopy .. three others seemed to be wilting but not drooping.
So we rushed to finish off the tomato tubs and get everybody in the ground. Interestingly even though I only had 2 pots of basil they wound up having 7 plants in those two pots. I am hoping they do well considering I did split them. The mammoth Jalapeno's are in with some of my onions and my one egg plant is with my lettuce as I've yet to have them grow for me and I want to keep a good eye on it. My sweet peppers are in the box we got 2 years ago. Which I think I said before we are retiring the box at the end of this year and we'll move the soil to a good spot.
I still have some seeds to plant. Three of them are three types of non-edible gourds that I am hoping to make into useful things. My cucumbers, sunflowers, and a straight necked summer squash. I also have to get my tiger's eye beans in the ground once I figure out where I'm putting them.
We've been having net issues for almost 2 weeks and today it just got fixed, about an hour ago. The service guy thinks it may have just been nudged loose during a high wind and only needed a quick adjustment. We have a meeting at the kids' school in a short while then we get to stick around as the girls have a concert tonight and we don't want to waste gas.
Thought of something interesting while hanging the laundry today .. due to the fact that a young buck has decided he likes to eat across the street. I've heard vegetarians say that you shouldn't eat meat because the animals are beautiful.. or cute. OK, flowers and some plants are very beautiful.. yet you eat them... Interesting thought is it not?
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