Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Title. Yes, this is where the title goes. Hmm.

Well, I have been busy...  I have re-potted several plants in the greenhouse, knitting a pair of mukluks (pics soon), and started on a pair of socks, (I know, I know, another project?) and cleaning frantically before in-laws arrive, along with the normal "stuff".  On the minus side, I have been sneezing so much, I finally dug out the air cleaner for our bedroom and ran it, will  be doing so for a while. 

I live in the Willamette Valley, home of lots of rain (ergo mold), lots of grass, (ergo hay), and lots of green things, (ergo pollen).  I have allergies to, SURPRISE, mold, pollen, and I have hay fever.  God has a unique sense of humor sometimes.  At least with the air cleaner, I can sleep a tad bit better.  Clogging up to where I snore, driving my poor husband out of bed, is not the best plan.  Especially when I am cold, try snuggling up to him, and fall off his side of the bed.  A very rude alarm, at best!  At least Husband has the good sense not to laugh when that happens.  At least until he goes outside, anyway...

I took a picture of the goodies in the green house, I have 19 tomato plants at last count, and I have no idea how many other things.  I have been trying to repot several items, it is still way too cold and wet to put much outside.  I keep wondering if I am going to open the door to the greenhouse to hear "FEED ME, SEYMORE!"

And just because, this is the view out of the kitchen window.  I added the tall flowers recently, ( I believe they are leggy Sweet Williams*, but I won't swear to it), and I thought you might like the view, too.  The hen house door is closed up before 10ish a.m. so we don't attract bob cats...  Hoping it works, at any rate.


I will be on the go to Seaside for the Ham Fair and will be gone this weekend.  Next is my Petty run, the next is Black Sheep.  I might... possibly... by some accident... maybe have the last weekend free.  With any luck it will have stopped raining by then and I can plant with out drowning everything.  I hope. 

And that's not counting the normal stuff and nonsense that happens in a month...

So if I blog a bit less, I am still here.  Just a lot more mobile. 

Even for me. 


* I finally found the tag for the flowers, it is Dianthus. Ta Da... 


6 comments:

  1. Ever notice that it's the busy people who can always take on "one more time?" Sounds like you're one of those.

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  2. I do so envy you, that stuff in your green house looks so much healthier than my plants outdoors!

    Pretty Petunias!

    I need to be busy.............

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  3. Been repotting here too!:)

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  4. Louise:

    SHHHHHHHHHH!!! ;)

    Cat

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  5. Sharon:

    I don't know what to tall you, other than I am a "Darwinian Gardener". If it grows, I plant more, if it doesn't, I don't bother. I do really well with Petunias, so I usually get a LOT of those.

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  6. knittinwolf:

    You sometimes wonder how many pots you can fit into a given space when you start. Those plants can really take off when given a chance!

    Cat

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