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Planting Annual Flowers, Brussels Sprouts, Collards, Tomatoes. 4.23.18
I have always wondered why I loved playing in the dirt....thanks for the article....
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It surely felt good to be in the greenhouse again. The soil is still too cold to plant seeds, but I did clean up the beds and prepared for planting. The soil is nicely moist.
There is a problem of mold that I will tackle in the next day or two. We are having an icy-cold rain storm now that beats against the roof the house. I'm staying inside with Dominic.
One Misty Moisty Morning Lyrics
One misty moisty morning when cloudy was the weatherI met with an old man a-clothed all in leatherHe was clothed all in leather with a cap beneath his chinSinging how do you do and how do you do and how do you do again
This rustic was a thresher as on his way he hiedAnd with a leather bottle fast buckled by his sideHe wore no shirt upon his back but wool unto his skinSinging how do you do and how do you do and how do you do again
I went a little further and there I met a maidA-going a-milking, a-milking Sir she saidThen I began to compliment and she began to singSaying how do you do and how do you do and how do you do again
This maid her name was Dolly clothed in a gown of greyI being somewhat jolly persuaded her to stayAnd straight I fell a-courting her in hopes her love to winSinging how do you do and how do you do and how do you do again
I having time and leisure, I spent a vacant hourA-telling of my treasure while sitting in the bowerWith many kind embraces I stroke her double chinSinging how do you do and how do you do and how do you do again
I said that I would married be and she would be my brideAnd long we should not tarry and twenty things besideI'll plough and sow and reap and mow and you shall sit and spinSinging how do you do and how do you do and how do you do again
Her parents then consented, all parties were agreedHer portion thirty shillings, we married were with speedThen Will the piper he did play whilst others dance and singSaying how do you do and how do you do and how do you do again
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@Daniel, it has been four years since we had the awful diagnosis of cancer. We continue to go strong, if a little slower, and we enjoy life!
A Misty, Moisty Morning continues to be one of my favorite nursery rhymes, all these years later.
Cheerios are out of seeds for me too. It urns out seeds4free are marijuana seeds and I don't smoke. My daughter, son-in-law, two granddaughters and their partners were smokers until Cary died. They have all successfully quit smoking.
We had bitterly cold weather and winds, and then the big thaw came. Most of the snow is gone in the lawn areas. We still have piles from the plowing the family did during the big snowfalls. All that snow has turned to ice, so the thaw will have to take it out. My growing boxes came out from under their white snow blankets as did the drain field for the septic system.
The great-grandkids have agreed to help me fill the bird feeders. I will put out a humming bird feeder when it gets a bit warmer.
The greenhouse is very warm during the days, but the low temps at night still fall very close to the freezing temp. I have seeds started and have the laundry room full of seed starting trays.
....since Cheerios are outta free seeds... I found the next best thing....
.....all outta wildflowers seeds?......thats too bad...
Just checked the cheerios website for free seeds, but they say they're all out. Thanks anyway, Tom.
I saw on the news how the southeastern states were hit hard with freezes after a mild Feb. caused fruits to blossom early. Here in Indiana, the only thing I lost (so far) is apricots. I'm sorta glad we've had a cool down recently to slow the blooming process. Hopefully my peaches, pears, and apples will make it through.
Get your free wildflower seeds from Cheerios:
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